Group policy 2008R2

how did set default US Keyboard to the all Domain users using Group policy
venkata s  s sharma AradhyulaSr. system administratorAsked:
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RaneeshIT SupportCommented:
Please go through the below link, hope it will help you
RaneeshIT SupportCommented:
 CATEGORY "Custom Settings"
 CATEGORY "Keyboard Layout"
 POLICY "Set US Keyboard Layout"
 KEYNAME "Keyboard Layout\Preload"
 VALUEON 00000409
 END POLICY ;Set US Keyboard Layout
 END CATEGORY ;Keyboard Layout
 END CATEGORY ;Custom Settings

 Step 1: Save the above code as keyboard.adm file into the folder C:Windows\inf on the server
 Step 2: Create and link a new GPO (call it something like “Keyboard Layout”)
Step 3: Edit the Keyboard Layout GPO
 Step 4: In the Group Policy Editor Window; under User Configuration, right click Administrative Templates and choose Add Template
 Step 5: select the keyboard.adm template and click OK until you are returned to the Group Policy Editor window
 Step 6: with Templates still selected on the left hand side, select view from the toolbar, and filtering
 Step 7: make sure the bottom 2 tick boxes (“only show configured policy settings” and “only show policy settings that can be fully managed”) are un-ticked
 Step 8: Browse to the following setting (using the view on the left hand side) User Configuration > Administrative Templates > Custom Settings > Keyboard Layout
 Step 9: Enable the policy setting listed on the right hand side (“Set US Keyboard Layout”)

The Part which says VALUEON:

 00000402      Bulgarian
 0000041a     Croatian
 00000405     Czech
 00000406     Danish
 00000413     Dutch (Standard)
 00000813     Dutch (Belgian)
 00000409     English (United States)
 00000809     English (United Kingdom)
 00001009     English (Canadian)
 00001409     English (New Zealand)
 00000c09     English (Australian)
 0000040b     Finnish
 0000040c     French (Standard)
 0000080c     French (Belgian)
 0000100c     French (Swiss)
 00000c0c     French (Canadian)
 00000407     German (Standard)
 00000807     German (Swiss)
 00000c07     German (Austrian)
 00000408     Greek
 0000040e     Hungarian
 0000040f     Icelandic
 00001809     English (Irish)
 00000410     Italian (Standard)
 00000810     Italian (Swiss)
 00000414     Norwegian (Bokmal)
 00000814     Norwegian (Nynorsk)
 00000415     Polish
 00000816     Portuguese (Standard)
 00000416     Portuguese (Brazilian)
 00000418     Romanian
 00000419     Russian
 0000041b     Slovak
 00000424     Slovenian
 0000080a     Spanish (Mexican)
 0000040a     Spanish (Traditional Sort)
 00000c0a     Spanish (Modern Sort)
 0000041d     Swedish
 0000041f     Turkish

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Hello ThereSystem AdministratorCommented:
Use GPO to change reg key:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Keyboard Layout\Preload
Change the value of the string named 1 to 00000409.
gpupdate /force
Log off + log on.

venkata s s sharma AradhyulaSr. system administratorAuthor Commented:
thank you sir
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