Does anyone else have this problem?
You can also download Windows Server 2008 R2 directly from Microsoft).
A total of 35 language packs are available for Windows Server 2008 SP1.
A language pack, also known as MUI (Multilingual User Interface) enables multiple language interfaces for Microsoft Windows.I have already given the direct download links for Windows 7 SP1 Language Packs.Next: Configuring a Multilingual User Interface (MUI) Language using a Group Policy Object (GPO) or RES Workspace Manager 2012 Express.Click "Install display languages".There's now an additional pull down menu to select your display language.There are two options to download the language packs, one, download individual language packs of the languages you want or else you can download the full ISO DVD image of all the language packs.Im giving direct links to both the options: Download Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 MUI Language packs ISO image (all 35 languages included)2799.5MB o, individual language packs: English: arabic: bulgarian: chinese (Hong Kong SAR chinese (Simplified croatian: Czech: danish: dutch: estonian: finnish: french: german: Greek.Mounted iso, windows finds the languages in the control panel applet, but says: The language cannot be installed on can i import my dvd collection into itunes this computer.This way administrators will have the benefit of eventlog descriptions in English which are easier to troubleshoot and run internet searches on, and quicker access to updates, but users will still be able to use an interface in their native language.
Tried downloading the iso with 35 languages here.
If you have the correct version, these are the necessary steps.
Microsoft has made available all the individual language packs that you can install on your Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 Operating System.We're going to leave this on English and use Group Policies to set the display language for our remote desktop users.Go to your "Control Panel "Clock, Language, and Regions "Region and Language".Browse and select the applicable language file.Now you can download the language packs for.Windows Server 2008 SP1.Installing Multilingual User Interface (MUI) Language Packs on a Windows Server OS can be useful when you allow end users to log in on those system.Tried downloading the x64 version here.Installation will take a few minutes.For example, if you have Windows with English as its language, you can install Spanish language pack to switch your Operating System language to Spanish.Windows Server 2008 SP1 has been released with Windows 7 SP1 some time back.Just terminates without any error or anything (silently).The setup doesn't even run.