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Starting vSphere Client in other locales

The vSphere Client is available in different locales.  Depending on your system locale, vSphere Client will be started in that locale.  But sometimes, you may want to change the locale of vSphere (if you want to write a manual for people who have other locales and you want to take screenshots, …).

Open a Command Prompt and cd into the directory where VPXClient resides (Program Files\Infrastructure\Virtual Infrastructure Client\Launcher).

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Start vpxclient.exe –locale xx where xx is one of the following:

en_us English
de_de German
fr_fr French
ja Japanese
ko Korean
zh_cn Simplified Chinese

So if you want to start vSphere Client in Japanese, start vpxclient.exe –locale ja.

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And this gives you a Japanese vSphere Client.  I don’t dare to click anything as it’s all Chinese  euhm, Japanse to me 🙂

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Enjoy!

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Categories: VMware, vSphere
  1. Bruno
    December 22, 2011 at 09:28

    Lees ik daar iets over een japannerke? 🙂

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