[Problem] Windows Vista Remote Desktop NON-English user swich lang

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Networking' started by SoKoOLz, Jun 20, 2007.

  1. SoKoOLz

    SoKoOLz Guest

    Hi,

    I'm currently testing Windows Vista Ultimate in my firm for a month now. It
    works great, I love it. However, there's one big problem with our Windows
    Server 2003 to work with Remote Desktop in Windows Vista. Since, we are a
    non-English user, we need to switch back and forth between English and out
    local language all the time. However, we didnt' manage to use the language
    switcher when using remote desktop with Windows Server 2003. My server works
    fine with Windows XP, but for Windows Vista it didnt do anything when I tried
    to press the key to switch to other language.

    Hope you guys understand my problem.
    I'm using Thai as my local language, and I'm using Grave Accent key to
    switch between language.

    I'm sure that there are many peoples who are a NON-English user will also
    face the same problem.

    Thank you
     
    SoKoOLz, Jun 20, 2007
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