Nerocmd rejects CD-RW recorder

I am attempting to use nerocmd to write files from a command line batch procedure under Windows Server 2003.

–listdrives shows:

D:\archive>nerocmd --listdrives
Drv: Adapter Underrun Protection Technology # type ID

e HL-DT-ST CDRW/DVD GCC4482 <supported> 0 atapi 0
? Image Recorder <none> -1 Virtual 0

–driveinfo shows:

D:\archive>nerocmd --driveinfo --drivename e
Drive letter : E
Device name : HL-DT-ST CDRW/DVD GCC4482
Device id : 0
Host adapter name : atapi
Host adapter number : 0
Underrun protection : <supported>
Drive buffer size : 00000600
Mandatory BUP speed : <none>
Device type : WORM
Writeable media : CD-R/RW, Fixed Packetwriting
Readable media : DVD, CD-R/RW
Capabilities : dao read_cd_text variable_pauses_in_tao dao_write_cd_text
ide_busunderrun_prot
Read speeds : 1, 2, 4, 8, 12, 16, 24, 32, 40, 48
Base speed in KB/s : 150
Write speeds : 8, 16, 24, 32, 40, 48
Base speed in KB/s : 150

Everything here would indicate that this is a writable device. I have written to it with other software, but need a command interface that can handle multiple sessions. When I try to write a file with the following parameters, nerocmd responds with “Drive was not allowed!”.

–write
–read
–drivename e
–relax_joliet
–media_type media_cdr
–iso s2k_archive
–create_iso_fs
–disable_eject
.\archives.zip

While this might useful to some, this makes no sense to me (note that I have 25+ yrs of computer experience). I have seen older posts to this problem that state: Yea, the drive is not allowed. This is also less than useful. If the drive is recordable and the disc is recordable, why would nerocmd not be able to write to the disc? Does this mean that nerocmd does not support the recorder?
Thanks for any suggestions,
Ed.