logman -cnf option is not working for me

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Windows scripting
Windows Server 2003
Windows Server Script Error
Windows XP
On Windows XP or Server 2003, I run the following command: logman create counter MyFirstPerfLog -o "c:myScriptsWindowsPerformanceMyFirstPerfLog.blg " -v mmddhhmm -rf 24:00:00 -cnf -cf "c:myScriptsWindowsPerformancecounters.txt" The counter is created without any problem. But when I look at the properties of this counter, even though the option, "start a new log file", under "when a log file closes" is enabled, it is not checked. I've tried the following variation of the above as well: -cnf 00:00:00 I'd appreciate it if somebody could point out my error! Thanks

Software/Hardware used:
Windows Server 2003

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