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Intel Compiler Help Documentation Fails to Launch from IDE When Installed on Japanese Version of Windows

The problem occurs when performing a custom installation of Intel(R) Parallel Studio XE 2016 on a Japanese version of Windows* OS where the custom installation specifies an installation path that contains non-English characters. This results in any documents selected from the Microsoft Visual Studio* "Help > Intel Compilers and Libraries" pull down menu to fail to launch and the browser's default page appearing instead. Workarounds:
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    In order to use the Intel® C++ or Fortran Compiler to develop for Windows* targets using Microsoft Visual Studio 2015*, it is necessary to install the 'Common Tools for Visual C++ 2015' component from Visual Studio. This component is not installed by default. The installation will detect the missing component and provide a warning, but the installation can still proceed. The component may be installed when Microsoft Visual Studio 2015* is first installed, or may be installed later.
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