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How do I read the Product Code from an MSI file?

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I goofed and changed the GUID for the Product Code in my InstallShield project.  I don't have a backup.

Is it possible to read the Product Code from a previous MSI file?
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Yes, simply download orca and you can retrieve the product code.

best wishes.
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Here is a good MSDN article to help you out:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/255905

you can download orca various places on the web.
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