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Exchange Server comes in different languages and not only in the English language. Sometimes you need to know which Exchange Server language is installed. In this article, we will show how to check which Exchange Server language is installed.
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Exchange Server languages
When going to the Exchange Server build numbers and release dates, you can select the Exchange Server version you want to download. After that, you can select the language.
The following Exchange Server languages are available:
- Chinese (Simplified)
- Chinese (Traditional)
- Portuguese (Brazil)
Find installed Exchange Server language
Find out which Exchange Server language is installed. First, sign in to the Exchange Server. Next, start Registry Editor and navigate to the following location:
On the right side, find the Server Language (REG_DWORD).
In our example, the Server Language shows the value data:
- Hexadecimal: 0x409
- Decimal: 1033
Let’s find out which Exchange language that is.
Language Code Identifiers (LCID)
The below table is a list of Exchange Servers with their language code. Compare the Server Language value, which you did find in Registry Editor, with the values in the below table.
Did this help you to find the installed Exchange Server language?
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You learned how to find which Exchange Server language is installed. First, start Registry Editor on the Exchange Server. After that, find the Exchange language code. As of last, compare the Exchange language code with the provided language table.
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