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  • Windows Server 2003 R2 Terminal Service - Multi DATES/TIME format

    Hi everybody,

    im kinda stucked in a questions....


    currently im having some terminal servers where lots of Danish (denmark) people connect to, and now as im going to have swedish & norwegein users connected, i need them to have their own local "date format" in the terminal session.

    is it possible to do this through GPO ?

    if yes do you mind telling me where, would be nice.

    The servers have and will keep having English interface, the only changes must be the "DATE FORMAT".

    Example. Day.Month.Year and in other country they have: month.day.year

    any idea?

    these 3 countris are in GMT+1 zone having same time.

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    but what about users connecting from another timezone, is it possible to change their session "SERVER TIME" to their local time? through GPO?

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    Re: Windows Server 2003 R2 Terminal Service - Multi DATES/TIME format

    You can allow time zone redirection on the ts through a GPO setting. I don't know about the date format.

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