Repair UFT 11.5 from command line

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I need to repair my UFT 11.5 and when I go to the control panel it asking for the install media (software). Is there some other way to repair QTP with out the media?

I know there is answers for:
QTP 10 [Repair QTP 10 with out media][1]
QTP 11 [Repair QTP 11 with out media][2]

[1]: http://eyeontesting.com/questions/1258/repair-qtp-10-with-out-media.html
[2]: http://eyeontesting.com/questions/1929/repair-qtp-11-with-out-media.html

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Asked on January 3, 2013 3:46 pm
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To do UFT 11.5 Repair with out media.

The following will repair UFT 11.5 without the install media.

**NOTE: This may reset patch registry setting and the patches may have to be re installed.**

Window 7
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> 1. Press the 'Start' button
> 2. find command prompt and right click on it
> 3. select ''Run as Administrator''.
> 4. A Dos Prompt will appear.
> 5. copy the following to the dos prompt and run

MsiExec.exe /fm {73CD53D8-1B8E-489B-97F1-15BA7031F417}

> 6. A window will appear and the repair will start.
> 7. When the window disappears the repair is complete
> 8. Then run Start > HP QTP > Tools > Additional Install Requirements.

Windows XP
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> 1. Ensure you have local Adminstrator rights
> 2. Press Windows Key and ''R''
> 3. Type ''CMD'' in the open window.
> 4. A Dos Prompt will appear.
> 5. copy the following to the dos prompt and run

MsiExec.exe /fm {73CD53D8-1B8E-489B-97F1-15BA7031F417}

> 6. A window will appear and the repair will start.
> 7. When the window disappears the repair is complete
> 8. Then run Start > HP Software > HP Unified Function Testing > Tools >
> Additional Install Requirements.

NOTE if you repair Run Results Viewer you need to repair UFT afterwards

Results viewer
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MsiExec.exe /fm {E86D56AE-6660-4357-890F-8B79AB7A8F7B}

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Answered on January 3, 2013 3:53 pm
The above does work for 11.51 (SP1), 11.52 (SP2), and 11.53 (SP3)
( at January 24, 2014 1:39 pm)