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Share Point COM side will use default parameters of this culture, but . As I’ve described earlier, looks like COM side is used only for formatting date and time in short format, and numbers.
You should take it in mind, while selecting a culture to use as a base one.
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But it looks like Share Point COM library is always using the first short date format available for the locale. Of course I’ve found nothing – this part of Windows is not documented :)So, the conclusion is – changes in Culture Info on the server do affect all .