We have Windows 10 Education 1709 and 1803 deployed, during the installation of the OS we add the Hebrew language via PowerShell. At first, the user has two languages in the language bar: English (United States) US keyboard and Hebrew (Standard) Keyboard. After working for some time another keyboard layout named Hebrew Keyboard is added to the language list. When this happens, I check the languages and I don’t see where it comes from. I remove and add the languages, remove and add the keyboards and in the end it fixes it self. I tried the registry key IgnoreRemoteKeyboardLayout, didn’t work. My windows country and region is Israel and Windows display language is English (United States). I read about editing the Preload registry but also found it not helpful. On one computer we tried setting “let me use a different input method for each app window” and it worked until the end of the day. When the user logged in the next day the issue returned. On another computer just removing the languages seemed to be working. I also read somewhere about deleting the keyboard layout DLL file, but that sounds harsh. I would really appreciate the help, this is driving me nuts. 🙂
I have Andoid-x86 installed under VirtualBox. I added Hebrew input. However, when I switch to Hebrew Android Keyboard (AOSP), I still continue to type in English. What am I missing?