Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 Language Packs

Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 Language Packs contain translated text, such as labels, error messages, and Help. By installing a Language Pack on the server that is running Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 and then enabling the language in the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 Web application, you and other users in your organization can view Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 in a language other than the base language of the installation.

The CRM MUI pack is available for download for the following 25 languages: English, German, Dutch, French, Spanish, Chinese PRC, Danish, Italian, Japanese, Brazilian Portuguese, Chinese Taiwan, Korean, Chinese Hong Kong, Finnish, Hebrew, Norwegian, Swedish, Iberian Portuguese, Russian, Turkish, Czech, Hungarian, Polish, Arabic and Greek.

It will also be available in 15 new languages by April 2009 – Basque, Bulgarian, Catalan, Estonian, Galician, Hindi, Latvian, Slovakian, Thai, Croatian, Romanian, Serbian (Latin), Lithuanian, Ukrainian and Slovenian.  Kazakh will also be releasing in 2009

Many thanks,

Emma Clarke

Comments (13)

  1. Regan says:

    where, exactly, are the other languages?  i can;t anything other than english on the download site

  2. Emma Clarke says:

    Hi Regan

    On the download page in the Quick Details section you have the option to change your language and your will be brought to the download page for your specified language, hope this helps


  3. Emma Clarke says:

    Hi Regan

    On the Quick details section of the English download page you can select which language pack you would like to download, select your chosen language and you will be direct to the download page of your specified language.

    hope this helps


  4. Miguel Lavalle says:

    Hi, I had a problem enabling language pack, because it could’t be enabled, there is a hotfix or something like this required to use it?

    ThnX a lot.

  5. Chris says:

    how come on msn i can only see squares for certain things ?

    which language pack do  i need ?

  6. Emma Clarke says:

    Hi Chris

    That may to be to do with your language settings, sometimes language characters (like East Asian, Thai, etc) do not display unless you have your machine setup to view these characters.  then you can select whatever langauge you would like to install.

    hope this helps


  7. Vladimir Zecevic says:

    Hi, we have a problem. We installed (Serbian) language pack for CRM 4.0 and it works fine, but when you go offline with outlook client it changes to English as default language and it does not give you option to change it back to Serbian. When you go online it reverts to Serbian language. Do you know what are we doing wrong? We need for our CRM users to have Serbian language in offline mode on outlook clients.

  8. J_R says:

    Do we know if the new langauges (due in April 2009) have been released?  I am particularly interested in Romanian.  Thanks.

  9. Viking says:

    Anybody knows if there is a hotfix that allows me to install the Norwegian MUI?

    I can’t install the MUI for some strange reason.

  10. PPLehto says:

    We have installed English CRM with Finnish language pack. Still the "alphabet bar", that gives accounts starting with selected alphabet, does not include Finnish alphabets å,ä and ö. What can I do to resolve this problem? Should I install Finnish CRM with English language pack?

    Another question: is the order of accounts etc. always a matter of collation? Now we have Latin (not Finnish) collation and Finnish alphabets seems to mix up with a and o letters…

  11. mahan says:

    i need to use dynamic crm in other language that is not available

    how can i  create new language pack in dynamic crm 4.0????

  12. Priyanka says:


    Dutch language pack is installed on MSCRM server. When I am using Outlook client n changing language to Dutch, CRM commandbar toolbar tabs come in Dutch but when i navigate within outlook, 'Set Regarding' Tab comes in English and all other tabs are same in dutch. Can you please tell me why 'Set Regarding' tab is coming in English?

    Your help wil be apprieciated..

    Thank you,

    Priyanka A.