Hello, I'm trying to make a Windows installation image for organization, where part of the users have a license only for Office 365 ProPlus, and the other users have only Office 2019 volume license with MAK key. This is difficult to explain why it is licensed this way, but this helps the organization to cut the license costs. I want to make a computer reimaging as fast and simple as possible, so I want to include the Office installation in the image (I sometimes use WIM format and sometimes use Symantec Ghost). But the problem is that I need two different images, depending on Office license for the particular computer/user. But maybe there is a way to install Office in such configuration that I can select the appropriate license on first run ? I was doing some experiments with Office Deployment Tool, and by forcing install of Office 365 using Office 2019 "PerpetualVL2019" channel, then installing Office 2019 using the same channel, I had both Office versions on one computer, even using the same install files without being installed twice. Then after more experiments with ospp.vbs and editing one particualr value in registry, I was able to either activate the installed Office with Office 365 user account, or with Office 2019 MAK key. BUT with one big problem - the installed Office cannot install updates ! Not manually and not automatically. As this is an organization - this isn't an option. So maybe there is a way to do it right ???