trying to check for the 'Group Policy" plug & play issue that can cause a valid install to go "Not Genuine".
This is 32-bit Windows 7 Home Premium - it doesn't seem to have "rsop.msc".
I also note that the network permissions policy registry key is set to "allow", but even to the Administrator, those settings are grayed-out. I guess that part is ok but baffled as to why its set that way. This is an OEM license key so I don't know if that matters.
Is rsop.msc part of a config management package that I don't have installed?