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    ..date and currency derived location ?
     I've installed a windows trial server 2012r2 in English and set the location or rather the date & currency format to Dutch Nederlands because in Belgium where i am only azerty with either Dutch or French is allowed by default at least , yes i know what a bummer, to think that years and years ago they slit people's throats here for getting the pronunciation wrong, andd that meant you was probably linguistically frenchized... anyways .
    I'm about to create a self signed cert but the default location of the server and the cert's initial entry is NL , my geotrust cert is assigned to BE (anyways and it's in PEM format for Apache) , so i want to create my own for testing purposes but i'm facing yet again another location dilemma . If i go change the location of server to Belgium will it revert my keyboard to azerty and possibly conflict with language  ?

    The irony such technology that's meant to liberate educate and uplift people is bogged down by politics, bureaucracy and ethnic pride.

    Weep with me : ( ... ....

    Thank you , in advance ; )
    no not for weeping for helping  :-*

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    Re: Does the SSL cert's country code entry have to match the hosts ...
    « Reply #1 on: April 21, 2016, 04:17:36 PM »
    Are you saying your server change location changes your keyboard layout ? ?

    If so that's a new one on me...
    You have the option to switch it BTW...
       
     
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    Re: Does the SSL cert's country code entry have to match the hosts ...
    « Reply #2 on: April 21, 2016, 05:18:34 PM »
    It would seem taht Windows 10 does country code and kuboard layout in a new way. Here is just one of many things found in a Google search.
    http://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/21285-location-windows-10-change-when-abroad.html
    Location of Windows 10 - Change for when Abroad
    How to Change Region Location of Windows 10 for when Abroad
    Published by Kari   -  05 Sep 2015

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    I am from Finland, living in Germany, using Windows in English with Finnish keyboard layout. Yet, when using various online services I by default get everything in German. It's frustrating.
    But here is more...
    http://winsupersite.com/windows-10/windows-10-new-keyboard-options-available-after-cumulative-update-3
    Also...
    https://www.reddit.com/r/Windows10/comments/3ijexz/windows_10_wont_fng_stay_on_the_default_keyboard/
    The above link has language we don't use here.

    The easy way is to learn Dvorak
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    I couldn't figure out how). This royally pissed me off, as I much prefer Dvorak. So, simple solution, I go through and turn off all keyboards except Dvorak, and voila! the problem seems to be solved.
    For more like this, Google:
    windows 10- keyboard layout problems

    Hope this is of some help.   :-\


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    Re: Does the SSL cert's country code entry have to match the hosts ...
    « Reply #3 on: April 21, 2016, 06:22:38 PM »
    Geek...it's WQin Server 2012///also he still can change his keyboard layout...
       
     
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    Re: Does the SSL cert's country code entry have to match the hosts ...
    « Reply #4 on: April 21, 2016, 08:20:07 PM »
    My BAD.  :-[