Hi, I've been scouring the MDL forums for a solution to this problem. I've created a great system image that works on any Dell computer. All I have to do is add additional drivers for any new model Dell and the image works. Our default hardware is Dell but we recently aquired another company and their default hardware is Lenovo. We also have a handful of other Non-Dell hardware in the company. Our goal is to add support for automatic activation on Non-Dell systems. I have the *.xrm-ms files for each of the OEM's that we support. I examined the "Multi-OEM install DVD files" and found a folder with all of the certificates for all of the OEM's we support (and then some.) I also found the following post that I think is almost my answer. I need to know how do I make this work? If I put all the certs in the OEM folder then they'd have to have different names, obviously. Will windows ignore the different names and just try each file until one of them works? Also, even though I'm pretty sharp, I'm not quite sure what Flipp3r meant by "win7 OA keys." Did he mean the OEM Activation keys? If so where would I put them? All of our computers have the correct slp bios for their respective OEM so I don't need any bios tricks It should just pull the key from the bios right? I know I can bypass all this with a Volume License Product key but alas my boss said no to that. Looking forward to solving this problem.