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Vista Rollout with SCCM, Change Keyboard Settings


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Hello,

i`am workinhg on a Vista Rollout with SCCM 2007, now i want to change the keyboard settings from US-International to Belgium (AZERTY).

i no with Lite-touch thats no problem, i can do it in the Customsetting.ini.

In de TaskSequencer from SCCM, i can t find nothing to change this.

i already trayed to do this with a RegTweak, no luck yet.

Need some help with this, any sugestions ?

Thanks,

Fred

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you should be able to define that via windows SIM

have you tried it ?

To configure Windows settings

In the Answer File pane, all the settings you added are displayed. Select and configure each setting as specified in the following table.

Component Value

Microsoft-Windows-International-Core-WinPE

InputLocale = <Input Locale>

SystemLocale = <System Locale>

UILanguage = <UI Language>

UserLocale = <User Locale>

Microsoft-Windows-International-Core-WinPE\SetupUILanguage

UILanguage = <UI Language>

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Yep,

Try that already,

in SCCM you can make a package with a Customsettings.ini and a Unattended.xml, and you can use this files.

i changed the settings in the Unattended.xml throu the SIM, only gave me a error (0x00000001)

I doint no when i use the Unattended.xml or the Customsettings.ini in SCCM, i have to fill them with all the info or that the tasksequencer only takes that info and get the rest from wats supplied throu the Tasksequence it self

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Both,

fore the rollout we are gona use Lite-Touch (pxe) bud after the rollout, for maintenance, we will use zero-touch.

we are gona use Lite-touch for the rollout because first we have to install extra ram in de machines, so its easyer to do a pxe-boot and start the deployment, we doint want the machines to start before the hardware upgrade

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  • 7 months later...
Both,

fore the rollout we are gona use Lite-Touch (pxe) bud after the rollout, for maintenance, we will use zero-touch.

we are gona use Lite-touch for the rollout because first we have to install extra ram in de machines, so its easyer to do a pxe-boot and start the deployment, we doint want the machines to start before the hardware upgrade

Did you find out a solution?

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