If your new drive is a Samsung, their cloning software works fine and it’s free. Hard disk based authorizations, including Windows OS, look at a number of factors when deciding if they are go/no go. Usually, if there is no change other than the Boot Drive all is well. Some innocuous hardware changes are general allowed but as stated above, most look at the video card and, for sure, the motherboard and chipset.
It’s kind of a crapshoot so the only real choice is to give it a go and deal with it as needed. You can always disable the clone and plug the old drive in to still work if there is an issue to be resolved with the developer on a license.
This is why I prefer dongles. A slight inconvenience in return for a physical key in my hand versus a mysterious batch of digits hidden in a backwater hard disk sector over which I have ZERO control. Personally, I hate that! Trusting a developer to decide based on my hardware choices as to whether I can use software I paid for (notice I did not say bought…we are only renting) on the inevitable series of newer computers I will own is not my preference.