I have 7 licensed copies of X-plane 11 on 7 computer. The copies are part of a church outreach ministry program called "With God as My Co-pilot." I've updated X-plane to the latest version, as well as added additional planes, airports and scenery, on one of the 7. All are Windows 10 pro computers, but some have different video cards, some have 10 GB of ram and some have 12 GB. All run between to 3.0 to 3.3 ghz. X-plane is installed in a folder on the desktop in each of them.
Is there practical way I might copy selected folders (via an external hard drive) so that I can avoid going thru the process of updating X-plane to the latest version, plus reinstalling scenery, and aircraft on each computer? In copying I do not wish to wipe out license keys, or other settings, although re-entering keys would be much easier easier than re-installing and upgrading each machine separately. I am not using any paid aircraft or other payware, so I don't believe I would be violating anyone's copyrights etc. If practical I was thinking I might use ACRONIS, or the like, to backup specific folders on the main computer, then restore them to each of the other computer. Any certain folder I should avoid copying, etc?
Thoughts anyone? Thanks in advance!