On Systems Set to a Non-English Locale, VirtualCenter Does Not Install Correctly if the Installation Path Contains Non-English Characters (2302421)
Why do VirtualCenter components appear in my root C:\ directory when I install the VirtualCenter Server using a path containing non-English characters?
If you install the VirtualCenter Server in non-English versions of Windows, you should specify the install point as a directory whose name contains English characters only. Attemps to install the VirtualCenter Server in non-English directories appear to succeed. However, some components are installed in incorrect locations at the root C:\ directory level instead of in the directory you specified, and VirtualCenter might not function properly. This problem occurs because VirtualCenter installation includes several third-party tools, such as Java, MDSE, Tomcat, .NET, and so forth. Because these are third-party tools, the VirtualCenter installation script cannot control their load point restrictions.