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Default Windows 2000 and SQL 2000 in Korean Language

Hi

I have a question regarding Korean language.
Normally we use the above combination in English but we now sell a system to Korea and therefore it should be operational in Korean.
I am not sure what I need for that e. g. Windows 2000 in Korean and also SQL 2000 in Korean? I know that I can change Windows 2000 (regional settings) to Korean language and I already see some Korean characters in a text file we got from Korea. But in SQL I still see the characters as ťŗŤŤ etc but not the Korean characters I would like to see!

Has anyone any ideas or more informations on that?

Thanks

mipo

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