You could probably sell a copy of your software to most people with an iLok if you got it to work properly for Pro Tools 10 & 11 and most of the major plugins still using iLok.
I'm evaluating the software for exactly this purpose because I'm tired of running up and down the stairs to shuttle my iLok between computers.
Pretty much everyone who uses iLok hates it because it's such a pain to use and is subject to loss and breakage. But, if there was an easy way to share iLok over the network, you could keep it attached safely to a single server and not risk loss, theft, or damage.
In my opinion, the market opportunity is far larger than the cost of a Pro Tools license. Alternatively, you could try running the Pro Tools demo in a virtual machine and wipe and reinstall it after the demo period ends.
Since I can't get Pro Tools and my Steven Slate plugins to authorize using your software, I won't be purchasing it. However, if it *did* work, I'd buy it in a heartbeat and tell everyone I know who switches back and forth between their studio machine and their laptop to buy it, as well. You would quickly become the de-facto solution to a major workflow problem in the music industry.