You should check with @NinjaTrader support, there is no reason your machine ID should be changing after software updates -- that I know of anyway. Now, if you are using a VM or if you are changing hardware, then yes...
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Thanks for the reply. I use a laptop, I travel extensively. 1st one was the Microsoft surface book. 2nd one is the Dell XPS 9550. Both had numerous system updates via the BIOS, apparently that is what causes the machine ID`s to change
Nevertheless other companies selling 3rd party indicators don't charge US$10 to have the indicators I bought off of them to the new machine ID.