An error occurred while saving the commentStefan commented
Any updates on this ?
We experienced the same while upgrading from 1607 to 1709.
1607 en-US as default language, with MUI FR, DE, NL installed.
After deploying the in-place upgrade as software update, only the en-US language is left.
For end-users this is quite ennoying and causes quite some calls to our servicedesk.
There is a work-around, using a task sequence to install the feature update and install the language packs afterwards.
The only downside, which i think is mayor, is that the end user is looking at the Task Sequence window for 45 minutes / 1 hour untill the feature update is installed in Windows. Afterwards it reboots and needs another 20 to 30 minutes for the upgrade to complete.
When deploying it as a software update, the installation progress is running in the background. Users will be notified after installing that a reboot is required. Untill then they are still able to work on their pc.
It would be great if we can have more control on how to upgrade the languages when using the Software Update / Servicing ring updates.
In my opinion the most beautiful option is to detect the installed languages while upgrading and upgrade those languages to the latest version automatically.