What is the best strategy for language and keyboard mapping in EEPC Client? We have computers in 45 countries with more than 15 languages and 25 different keyboard layouts. Can we assign all of them to each PC?
Would I need to create special new file set to inlude them all, or create multiple file sets (grouping the same language and sometimes multiple keyboard maps in each) and assign them all to each machine object? Any preference to each method?
So it seems that we would need to assign 15 filesets to each machine (to support all languages and keyboard maps). Would then users need to manually select them in pre-boot, before typing anything (user name and password)? Is there any way to avoid this manual process and set those (language and keyboard) during Client Upgrade?
Do you know anyone, in the real world, that is using 15 or more language file sets for each of 20K+ machines?
I have just made a fresh Client install and it didn't pick keyboard type to match Windows one (Irish). I have applied most of language file sets to this machine object, including one for UK, which contains Irish KB.