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How to schedule eventcombmt to run/load a search?

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I've been using EventCombMT to review logs for critical servers.  however this is very time-consuming and currently launched manually.  Is it possible to schedule EventCombMT to run and load a predefined search.  Ideally, if this could be incorprated into Windows Task Scheduler on a dedicated terminal would be the ideal solution.

I can't find any documentation for switches that can be used to specify having it run a specific search automatically. Do you know of a way?
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Never mind I found my solution.. "Power of Google"...

* .load:<previously saved search>: Runs EventcombMT with a previously configured search.
* /dc: adds all domain controllers in your domain to the list of servers
* /dc:domain name: Adds domain controllers from a different domain.
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