Install Multilingual User Interface Packs on the Terminal Server By Mariette Knap multilanguage, terminal server If you have companies with employees who speak different languages then it is very handy to install the Multilingual User Interface Packs on the Terminal Server. This will give the user the Windows interface in the language he/she is used to. Logon to the Terminal Server with the special Domain Administrator account. Open add/remove programs from the Control Panel and choose Add New Programs. Choose to install from CD or Floppy. Choose Next. Automatically the setup location is added. Choose Continue. Choose the languages you want to install. In my case I choose the default language to be Dutch. If users previously logged on to the Terminal Server they will have the English language as their default language. You will need to delete the profile of that user before he/she will get it in Dutch. This little window sometimes sits in the background. It warns you to complete setup before you can click finish. Setup is ready and informs you that if you want to install additional languages that you need to rerun setup. Click finish to complete setup. In some cases you will need to reboot the Terminal Server. I already installed other languages so I do not have to reboot. I created a user with the name John Doe and he happens to have Dutch parents but he lives in the US. He wants his desktop in Dutch: Even his Internet Explorer menu is in Dutch.