Note Starting with Windows 10, version 1703, this setting can no longer be used in provisioning packages. For more information on changes to the Windows Provisioning Framework, see Windows Provisioning Framework. This setting may have a Configuration Service Provider (CSP) equivalent that can be used instead. To determine if a CSP for this setting exists, see the description below.
InputLocale specifies the input language and the method for input devices, such as the keyboard layout. The input locale (also called input language) is a per-process setting that describes an input language (for example, Greek) and an input method (for example, the keyboard).
Multiple input locales can be installed, and the user can switch between them. Users can add and remove input locales through the Keyboard and Languages tab of the Region and Language Control Panel.
For a list of supported languages, locales, and identifiers, see Supported Language Packs and Default Settings.
Specifies the input language and keyboard layout for a Windows installation.
Input_locale can be one of two values:
If you want to specify more than one input locale to add support for more than one keyboard type, you can specify multiple values separated by semicolons. For example, you can specify
The valid keyboard layouts that can be configured on your system are listed in the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Control\Keyboard Layouts registry key.
For a list of default input locale values, see Supported Language Packs and Default Settings.
This string type supports empty elements.
Valid configuration passes
|Windows edition||x86-based devices||x64-based devices|
|Windows 10 for desktop editions (Home, Pro, Enterprise, and Education)||x86||amd64|