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I have the same problem as EDubs. I can successfully add language packs online using DISM, but the language never shows up in the Settings to select. I even followed this article from Microsoft on how to deploy these with SCCM. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4468362/deploy-language-pack-as...
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Dear EDubs, These files ARE the traditional LP's.You have to config the unattend.xml to config the LP's as "Permanent". Dear oJHPqptYugMPIJwf ,Here the way to the LP's: regardsChristoph
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It's often the little things that are annoying. I don't have a large deployment but every release there is something that takes time to fix and track down. 1903 was https://accountants-community.intuit.com/articles/1860059-pdf-and-component-repair-tools-for-lacerte-and-proseries I had to repair the ...
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I'll be very clear. you should expect it to be COMPLETELY compatible release to release, not just mostly, for those apps that are using public APIs. If you have an app that is using undocumented calls, or other non-supported approaches, no-promises. If its not, use App assure program so we can fix i...
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I'm not sure if i can disclose such information (even the name in-house app). What i meant, that one might assume that going from March version to September one can expect it to be mostly compatible. This seems like 1909 might be such example. Although looking at Insider builds there are still a bun...
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