I have an application that can be run natively on linux as well as an appimage that uses the lex library. When I run natively the lex api works with regard to activations, validations etc. In this case I am using a node locked license with 10000 allowed activations/deactivations and total activations of 106. However if I run the appimage for my app the activate works but IsLicenseGenuine returns the LA_E_MACHINE_FINGERPRINT error. Is this expected behavior similar to using a node locked license in docker where I kind of have to use a floating license for appimages?

Hi Mike,

Inside a Docker, node-locked license doesn’t offer any protection, since there is very little access to the host hardware details.