Anybody able to feed command line options to Keyrecovery.exe in the Windows 32bit ifolder 3.7 client?

If I run the exe without parameters and input the answers manually, it works fine. If I try to enter it on the command line or through a batch script, it errors out.

Code:
C:\KR>"c:\Program Files\iFolder\KeyRecovery.exe" --kp c:\kr\sslwebcert.p12

Unhandled Exception: Novell.iFolder.Utility.UnknownOptionException: c:\kr\sslwebcert.p12
   at Novell.iFolder.Utility.Options.ParseArguments(Object obj, String[] args)
   at Novell.iFolder.Utility.KeyRecovery.ParseArguments()
   at Novell.iFolder.Utility.KeyRecovery.Main(String[] args)

C:\KR>"c:\Program Files\iFolder\KeyRecovery.exe" c:\kr\sslwebcert.p12

Unhandled Exception: Novell.iFolder.Utility.UnknownOptionException: c:\kr\sslwebcert.p12
   at Novell.iFolder.Utility.Options.ParseArguments(Object obj, String[] args)
   at Novell.iFolder.Utility.KeyRecovery.ParseArguments()
   at Novell.iFolder.Utility.KeyRecovery.Main(String[] args)

I've tried providing both all of the information and as little as possible but nothing works. I also tried the long version of the command options (ie. --key-path vs --kp). I'd like to create a simple batch file that will do this automatically and only prompt for the password of the private key.

P.S. I was trying to use this in my batch script:
Code:
"C:\Program Files\iFolder\"KeyRecovery.exe --kp C:\KR\sslwebcert.p12 --ip C:\KR\input.xml --op C:\KR\output.xml --ot --s password --prompt