You can display the content of the Web Client's deployment configuration pages using a language that's different to the current system locale setting for the computer. To do this, use a URL query string in the address field of your browser.
To switch to a language other than the default:
For example, if you want to use Chinese, the code necessary would be zh.
Note: If the language you want to use is not one of the supported languages, you need to create and translate your own message file. See Implementing a non-default language.
add a "/
?lang=" query to the end of the address. For
example, Chinese would be:
Note: If you use a code that represents a regional variation of one of the default languages and that specific code cannot be matched, the Web Server can only implement the available default version of the language. For example, using the language code for Chinese (PRC), "zh-cn", results in the Simplified Chinese being used, "zh".
Your Web browser now displays the Web Client's deployment configuration pages using the appropriate language.