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Netmon - How to save capture file through command line

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I've set up netmon as a service that starts under system when the computer is rebooted.  Is there a parameter to use that will allow me to pass the name of the capture file I want to save to and have this save the file automatically when the buffersize is reached?
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Command line parameters

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc782726.aspx

There's an autostop parameter you can use when the buffer is full.

Not sure but the capturefilter parameter might be one for the buffer name.
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