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RemoteApp set language

Posted on 2016-07-19
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Hi,
We use server 2012 remoteapp's. We have French users that use app's and the language is set via their local identifiers. Is it possible to set a remoteapp so it forces to use English?
In short I want my French users to use the App in English - I could create a new remoteapp if possible.
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Question by:Matthew Stone
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by:Benjamin Voglar
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Remote app will use those regional settings as configured on the user account.

If you want for each user account other regional settings, I recommend using GP preferencess with filters.
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by:Matthew Stone
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Where is it set for each account? on the RD server?
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You have to log in to all accounts and for each set the language settings:

Control Panel\Clock, Language, and Region\Language
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