If this is for existing devices being re-provisioned, you can use the "If ... Else ..." logic for this sort of stuff that's been introduced with LANDesk Management Suite 2016.
I.e. - "if environment = DEU then install german keyboard driver package" and such.
If this is for NEW devices, you can this sort of stuff by "writing" inventory scans (usually - automated) once you know for what environment a device is supposed to be going to. Since a scan-file is just a text file, you can write your own & have Provisioning pick up your "modified inventory data" as a result.
What you base these environment information bits off of - that's up to you. Can be custom data (such as "location / office" or so) - or a regular piece of inventory data. Up to you what works.
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Unfortunately, Mac provisioning does not yet take advantage of the if...else logic. All is not lost however, you can write a bash script and set the language via the script, see How to Change Mac System Language via Command Line Then you can just deploy the bash script as a software distribution package during the Provisioning process.
Hi and thanks.
I use AutoDMG with a french system. So the image is in french to (I'm testing this through manual install)(How create French Deploy with 10.11 & AutoDMG · Issue #150 · MagerValp/AutoDMG · GitHub) .
From what says MagerValp it can come from the provisionning system.
The thing is, my NBI is in English. I think the Stamper Utility change the language setting.
Can you confirm that?
Can i set the language for the NBI to?
Thank you very much
So the problem seem to be from AutoDMG.
The manual installation end's to an English system.
Thanks for all!