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  1. I am attempting to create and deploy a single universal OSD task sequence in SCCM (current branch) in my organization and will install and apply the appropriate language(and other regional settings) for the region. I have created the task sequence with steps outlined in the thread below. However, Windows 10 version 1903 no longer use standard lp.cab files but rather use the Features on Demand and appx packages to apply languages. There doesnt appear to be any current documentation on how to accomplish this during OSD using sccm with the change in how Windows applies languages. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. Ive attempted to tackle this problem from a few different angles with no luck. I have also tried the steps outlined below to apply the language/regional settings with similar results. https://thesleepyadmins.com/2019/01/26/sccm-task-sequence-windows-10-language-pack/ In addition to this, I created a bat file package which executes the dism commands to load the .cabs and .appx as well as set the other regional settings to no avail. Running the DISM commands to manually load the 5 different language cab files and the appx (language experience pack) does not actually change the language, or even make it available in the language selection dropdown in Win10 Settings. The only way to get the new language to appear in the dropdown is to go to the MS store and load it on each individual PC even after manually installing the appx. I really want to automate this, and have whatever regional language set as default, and English as the secondary(if applicable). Thanks, Dave
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