On our Citrix Xen App cultivate flowing on Windows 2003, we had to manually place the optional East Asian languages. This option in control pad is no long ubiquitous in Windows 2008 upon which we are building a new Xen App image. I wondered if they are bundled in Windows 2008 as they are in Windows Vista as mentioned in this article?
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Enabling East Asian Languages in MS Windows XP :: Pinyin Joe
It's soft to enable East oriental language show in Windows XP. This is required to looking most Web pages and documents written in Chinese, Japanese and Korean (CJK) in XP. Windows XP includes five Chinese fonts and some extra Asian font sets as well. This step is also mandatory before you can form in Asian languages exploitation input methods like MSPY IME Pinyin keyboard for chinese easy characters, the Microsoft New linguistic unit IME Pinyin device for asian traditional characters or the MSNP IME Zhuyin (Bopomofo) holder for asian tralatitious characters.