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General use case is to execute the tests and create the report without human intervention, so that report can be looked as there no one manually executing the tests. In this case, teams may not even use ReadyAPI tool (User Interface) as the tests are run command line.
In contrast, your use case is different and tests are being executed manually it seems where you know the result and watching what is happening during the execution. Not sure if this is supported out-of-the-box by the software.
More over, I understand that your situation(harware problem) does not occur on regular basis even to you. So, should you really bother? Even if that is case happens, how much time does it take to finish the tests once again (in need be)
thanks for your answer. Unfortunately human intervention is required regularly, so yes wen must bother. We are on it to pull aut the fully automatable tests into a separate project however there will tests remain that are simply not doable without some intervention, and they are many.