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Windows 7: Error with Windows 7 Display Languages in Windows 7 Enterpreise.

07 Jul 2011   #1

Windows 7 Enterprise x64
Error with Windows 7 Display Languages in Windows 7 Enterpreise.

Hi. I am currently running Windows 7 Enterprise. I am logged in as my Administrator account. We need to install different language packs for our many different end-users. The three languages are French, German and Spanish.

I have tried to load the LP directly from the lpksetup.exe and from the Windows Update. Both are giving me the same result.

When I changed the Display language to anything other than English, example German, log off and back on, I am getting the following errror where HH:MM is the current time of logging into Windows:

"HH:MM: The following users are logged in: BENUTZERNAME.

I can either click OK and the message goes away or wait 30 seconds and it closes on it's own.

My end-users are not happy with this. I am not able to find any resolution. Any assistance would be extremely appreciated by both myself and my many end-users.

Thank you.

My System SpecsSystem Spec
07 Jul 2011   #2

64-bit Windows 10 Pro

Hello Kendicott, and welcome to Seven Forums.

Were you wanting to get rid of this message at log on??

If so, then you might check to see if setting "Logon Information" to not display in the tutorial below may help.

Logon Information - Vista Forums

Hope this helps,
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