You are directed to an English Web site even though you created the Web site in a different language in SharePoint Server 2007

You are directed to an English Web site even though you created the Web site in a different language in SharePoint Server 2007

Article ID : 949003
Last Review : March 18, 2008
Revision : 1.0

SYMPTOMS

Consider the following scenario. You install the English version of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007. Additionally, you install some language packs. You create a My Site Web site by using a language other than English. Then, you click Details on the My Site Web site. In this scenario, you are directed to an English Web site. The URL of the English Web site resembles the following:

http://ServerName:port/_layouts/EditProfile.aspx

Note The correct URL of the non-English My Site Web site resembles the following:

http://ServerName:port/personal/YourLoginAlias/_layouts/EditProfile.aspx

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RESOLUTION

To resolve this problem, apply hotfix 948947. For more information, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:

948947 (/Feedback.aspx?kbNumber=948947/) Description of the SharePoint Server 2007 hotfix package: February 21, 2008

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MORE INFORMATION

You can run the following command to select different locales for links:

stsadm -o mysite -title SSP_name -usemysitelanguage Num

The value for the Num placeholder can be either 0 or 1.

• A value of 0 means that the link uses the locale that the My Site host uses.
• A value of 1 means that the link uses the locale that the created My Site page uses.

Note The new localization is performed on a timer task. Therefore, you must wait for several minutes before you view the linked pages.

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APPLIES TO
• Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007

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Keywords: 
kbprb kbexpertiseinter kbfix kbqfe kbhotfixserver KB949003

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