You need to apply Regional Settings under Windows NT4 / 2000 / Terminal Server in a particular way. If you don't you may end up with the incorrect date and currency display, units of measurement.
Control Panel ¦ Regional Settings
One the first page you will see (at the bottom of the form) a checkbox marked 'Set as system default locale' . Check this and click "Apply". You will be prompted for your NT CD, and after various files are copied, you will be asked to reboot the server.
Control Panel ¦ Regional Options
At bottom of form click the Set Default button
When a new form is displayed select your Language & Country from the the Locale options.
You may be prompted for your Windows 2000 CD, and after various files are copied, you will be asked to reboot the computer.
Control Panel ¦ Regional & Language Options
Change page to the Advanced Tab
When a new form is displayed select your Language & Country from the the Language for non_Unicode programs options.
Then tick the Default user account settings
You may be prompted for your Windows XP CD, and after various files are copied, you will be asked to reboot the computer.
You need to be logged in as the Administrator to carry out these tasks
NOTE: once you have made these changes, if RentalDesk NX still does not display correctly, you probably need to close the programme, then locate the file LANGUAGE.TXT in your RentalDesk folder (C:\Program Files\RentalDesk NX) and DELETE it.