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Where can I find my certificate of authenticity (COA) label? - KB Article - 336696

Summary - Where can I find my service tag, express service code or certificate of authenticity (COA)?

Article Summary:This article provides guidance on where to find a Dell product's Certificate of Authenticity (COA) label. The COA label contains the operating system's product key that proves the OS installed is genuine and legal.

Where Can I Find My Certificate of Authenticity (COA) Label?

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Dell Desktops: Dimension, Inspiron, XPS or Precision Workstations

Dell Portables: Latitude, Inspiron, Mobile XPS, Mobile Precision & Axims

Dell Enterprise Systems: PowerEdge Servers

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Article ID: SLN116132

Last Date Modified: 10/30/2012 12:00 AM

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