Load Windows Home Server Console in you native language

This post shows us how to load the Windows Home Server Console using any language that you desire. This is of little use for the casual user as the actual console itself or at least Microsoft's portion is still in English, but add-in developers should find this extremely useful. You can also download the complete Visual Studio […]

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This post shows us how to load the Windows Home Server Console using any language that you desire. This is of little use for the casual user as the actual console itself or at least Microsoft's portion is still in English, but add-in developers should find this extremely useful. You can also download the complete Visual Studio 2008 loader and follow along at home. Note: Don’t mess around with RDPing into production WHS, better do this on a Virtual Machine. Here’s the HP tab of the Windows Home Server Console after loaded in French:

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