We will almost certainly have to offer the offline, on-premise LexFloatServer option to some of our customers. It concerns me to see that the server config file allows the customer’s license admin to set their own allowed clock offset between client and server. Surely this means they can extend licenses indefinitely by setting the clock back on the server machine and allowing a huge offset with the client machines. Is there anything to stop this?
I saw a topic from Dec 2016 where it was mentioned some of the lexfloat.config content would be replaced with command line switches. Did this happen, and if so can you tell me which items in lexfloat.config are ignored by the server?