Applies to: Exchange Server 2010 SP3, Exchange Server 2010 SP2
Topic Last Modified: 2011-09-14
You can use the Microsoft Exchange 2010 Language Pack wizard to install a language pack on your Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 server. An Exchange 2010 language pack contains the necessary resources for a supported Exchange language. Client and server language packs are grouped into a single bundle containing both client and server resource and support files. For more information about language packs, see Exchange 2010 Language Support.
Install the Exchange 2010 language pack
- Download the language pack. For Exchange 2010 Service Pack 1
(SP1), download the latest language pack from Microsoft Exchange 2010 SP1 Language Pack Bundle.
- Double-click the language pack file that you downloaded to
start language pack setup.
- On the License Agreement page,
review the software license terms. If you agree to the terms,
select I accept the terms in the license agreement, and then
- On the Readiness Checks
page, view the status to determine if the prerequisite checks
completed successfully. If they haven't completed successfully, you
must resolve any reported errors before you can install the
language pack. You don't need to exit Setup when resolving some of
the prerequisite errors. After resolving a reported error, click
Retry to run the prerequisite check. Be sure to also review
any warnings reported. If all readiness checks have completed
successfully, click Install to install the language
- On the Completion page,
Use unattended setup to install the Exchange 2010 language pack
- Download the language pack. For Exchange 2010 SP1, download the
latest language pack from Microsoft Exchange 2010 SP1 Language Pack Bundle.
- Insert the Exchange 2010 SP1 DVD into the DVD drive. At the
command prompt, navigate to the DVD drive or navigate to the
network location of the Exchange 2010 installation files.
- At a command prompt, run the following command. Include the
path to the location where you saved the language pack and the
filename of the language pack. For example,
Setup.com /LanguagePack:<path to language pack bundle>