Anyone managed to get License Transfer Utility to work in Revit 2017? LTU.exe is there, but Revit doesn't install the shortcut in 2017. And the shortcut contains some command line arguments needed to actually make LTU-exe work.

Scratch that!
If you copy the 2016 shortcut, you can change the Target to read
"C:\Program Files\Common Files\Autodesk Shared\AdLM\R12\LTU.exe" 829I1 2017.0.0.F -d MSSA -l en-US
The bold is the different stuff. However, you ALSO need to change the Start in to
"C:\Program Files\Autodesk\Revit 2017\"

If it still points at 2016 it won't work. Once you do that the shortcut can live on the network even. Now on to some AdA as Honey Bucket testing.