The following is a list of issues known to exist with regards to Command Line Tools at the time of Quest release: InTrust 9.5.
Don't use the AdcChangePath tool from the Support Tools folder on the InTrust CD.
When the AdcSrvAcc.exe tool is started with the -restart switch on the command line, the Quest InTrust Server, Quest InTrust Real-Time Monitoring Server and Quest InTrust Agent services are not restarted as expected but just stopped and have to be started manually. If the services are not running when the AdcSrvAcc.exe is run with the -restart switch, only the Quest InTrust Server service starts, while the Quest InTrust Real-Time Monitoring Server and Quest InTrust Agent services still have to be started manually. It is recommended that you don't rely on AdcSrvAcc.exe in restarting these three InTrust services but run it without the -restartt switch on the command line and use the Services snap-in, net stop/net start commands or some other tool of your choice to have the services restarted.
The ItRepConverter.exe command line tool does not make use of the UserName and Password parameters you specify on the command line. Instead, use the runas Windows command to launch ItRepConverter.exe if you want it to use alternative credentials to access the repository.
Use the Evt2Repository.exe tool to import events only from event log files saved in the .EVT format with Event Viewer. If you try to point it to a raw .EVT file the system is writing events to, or the copy of such a file created outside Event Viewer, Evt2Repository.exe will fail to import events from this file with the following error:
Cannot convert file. The event log file is corrupted. (Win32 error: 1500)