Hi there, I recently got my MacBook Pro back from a repair, which involved having the entire logic board (including the SSD) replaced with a new one. In the meantime, I had Parallels Desktop installed on the Mac mini I have at work, as a temporary machine to run my VMs on. Following the advice found on this article, I signed out of the Mac mini, uninstalled that instance of Parallels, stored my PVM files somewhere safe and away from the Mac mini and attempted to sign back in on the newly-repaired MacBook Pro. Instead of it activating, I was presented with the following error: "This license has reached its activation limit and can no longer be used to activate new product copies. Please read this article for more information about the license activation limit." I haven't encountered this problem before, especially as there was a period of time where I was re-installing macOS on both machines, whilst also changing what the active licensed machine was quite regularly without any issue. Whenever transferring the license, I wouldn't bother signing out as I knew the warning stating "the license is already in use" would appear (which had a button to deactivate the old machine and activate the new one). The article linked in the quoted error message above takes me to a page explaining that for every license key I own, I can only activate it on one machine at a time, and I'd need to purchase more keys if I wanted to run Parallels concurrently on multiple machines. This is absolutely fine, as I only ever intend to have one instance of Parallels running at a time. Is there a hidden policy on the amount of times I can do this, and if so have I hit that limit? I'd really like to get this resolved so I'm able to run my VMs on my much more powerful, in comparison to the Mac mini, MacBook Pro. Any help here will be much appreciated - I'm happy to provide more details if needs be. Thanks!