Region and Language Settings - Copy to New Users and Welcome Screen
How to Copy Your Region and Language Settings to New Users and Welcome Screen
Published by Brink
11 Jun 2010
|26 Jun 2012||#1|
is there a way to to this through the registry?
I've found some keys, but not the one to copy the settings to new users.
if you could link all the keys, that would be great (in case I forgot some)
is there a way to do it from the cmd line ?
I need streamline a whole bunch of already installed pc's
thanks in advance
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