Changing reporting fonts to display Asian languages
|Article:HOWTO54970|||||Created: 2011-06-29|||||Updated: 2011-12-20|||||Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO54970|
Histograms and 3D-bar graphs are created on the server as images before the charts are sent to the browser. By default, the server that you use to create these charts looks for the MS Arial Unicode font. MS Arial Unicode is available as part of Microsoft Office and displays all supported languages correctly. If the MS Arial Unicode font is not found, the server uses the Lucida sans Unicode font.
Some reports on servers that display in an Asian language do not display chart text properly unless MS Arial Unicode is installed on the server. This problem occurs if your report includes a histogram or a 3D-bar graph. If you do not have the MS Arial Unicode font installed on the server, you can configure your server to get around this requirement. You can configure Symantec Endpoint Protection Small Business Edition to use any Unicode-enabled font that you have that supports the languages in your environment.
To change the font used to display reports
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