Windows Language Pack Codes

Last updated on March 30th, 2023 at 05:19 pm

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I’ve been working for Windows language pack lately, particularly in the OSD part of SCCM. So part of that is knowing what the language pack codes are for various languages.

The Windows language pack codes are very useful for dictating which language packs get installed during the deployment phase of your task sequence.

Windows Language Pack Codes

The below is the full list of codes from Microsoft so hope this helps if you need it.

Display Name Language Name EOL  Base Language
Arabic (Saudi Arabia) ar-SA Partial en-US
Bulgarian (Bulgaria) bg-BG Partial en-US
Chinese (Hong Kong S.A.R.) zh-HK Partial zh-TW
Chinese (PRC) zh-CN Partial en-US
Chinese (Taiwan) zh-TW Partial en-US
Croatian (Croatia) hr-HR Partial en-US
Czech (Czech Republic) cs-CZ Partial en-US
Danish (Denmark) da-DK Partial en-US
Dutch (Netherlands) nl-NL Full <n/a>
English (United States) en-US Full <n/a>
Estonian (Estonia) et-EE Partial en-US
Finnish (Finland) fi-FI Partial en-US
French (France) fr-FR Full <n/a>
German (Germany) de-DE Full <n/a>
Greek (Greece) el-GR Partial en-US
Hebrew (Israel) he-IL Partial en-US
Hungarian (Hungary) hu-HU Partial en-US
Italian (Italy) it-IT Full <n/a>
Japanese (Japan) ja-JP Full <n/a>
Korean (Korea) ko-KR Partial en-US
Latvian (Latvia) lv-LV Partial en-US
Lithuanian (Lithuania) lt-LT Partial en-US
Norwegian, Bokmål (Norway) nb-NO Partial en-US
Polish (Poland) pl-PL Partial en-US
Portuguese (Brazil) pt-BR Partial en-US
Portuguese (Portugal) pt-PT Partial en-US
Romanian (Romania) ro-RO Partial en-US
Russian (Russia) ru-RU Partial en-US
Serbian (Latin, Serbia) sr-Latn-CS Partial en-US
Slovak (Slovakia) sk-SK Partial en-US
Slovenian (Slovenia) sl-SI Partial en-US
Spanish (Spain) es-ES Full <n/a>
Swedish (Sweden) sv-SE Partial en-US
Thai (Thailand) th-TH Partial en-US
Turkish (Turkey) tr-TR Partial en-US
Ukrainian (Ukraine) uk-UA Partial en-US
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