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 PostPost subject: Install English language from a different build onto 9845?        Posted: Sat May 05, 2018 8:09 pm 
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I'm just wondering if that's possible and how well it would work. Would it work from server 9845 to avoid the expired certificates?


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 PostPost subject: Re: Install English language from a different build onto 984        Posted: Sat May 05, 2018 11:57 pm 
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But… it is in English. And how a MUI=bunch of strings can help with certificates?

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 PostPost subject: Re: Install English language from a different build onto 984        Posted: Sun May 06, 2018 3:17 pm 
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You do not need to worry about certificates when dealing with mui files. And while it is possible to install a language pack from a different build, it's quite an involved process, and as such I'd recommend sticking to already English builds to avoid tiring yourself before you've even looked at the actual builds.

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 PostPost subject: Re: Install English language from a different build onto 984        Posted: Sun May 06, 2018 8:27 pm 
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But… it is in English. And how a MUI=bunch of strings can help with certificates?

I guess he's asking about taking Server 9845 MUI to client one

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But… it is in English. And how a MUI=bunch of strings can help with certificates?

I guess he's asking about taking Server 9845 MUI to client one

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Wheatley wrote:
You do not need to worry about certificates when dealing with mui files. And while it is possible to install a language pack from a different build, it's quite an involved process, and as such I'd recommend sticking to already English builds to avoid tiring yourself before you've even looked at the actual builds.

I would, but there AREN'T other English builds of 10 preview that boot with the current date


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Wheatley wrote:
You do not need to worry about certificates when dealing with mui files. And while it is possible to install a language pack from a different build, it's quite an involved process, and as such I'd recommend sticking to already English builds to avoid tiring yourself before you've even looked at the actual builds.

I would, but there AREN'T other English builds of 10 preview that boot with the current date

So turn the clock back then. You really don't need a current date just to explore differences between builds. And please, don't even think about using these old, expired builds as a primary OS.

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