Continuation after using --delay flag

I'm using LE64.exe executed manually in a Windows CMD window using dns wildcard and the --delay flag. I'm currently automating the process in a little C# UI. The first run works since the challenges are all issued and processing completes without user input pauses.

The problem is that when re-running without the --delay it runs through from the top like a new request (albeit with the same challenges) pausing for user to press ENTER after each challenge.

Is there a flag that enables having the process start at the dns verification step?

My domain is: myteck.us
I ran this command: le64 --key account.key --email "h@myteck.us" --csr myteck.csr --csr-key myteck.key --crt myteck.crt --generate-missing --domains "myteck.us,*.myteck.us" --handle-as dns --delayed

It produced this output:
2022/10/29 09:33:52 [ Crypt::LE client v0.38 started. ]
2022/10/29 09:33:52 Loading an account key from account.key
2022/10/29 09:33:52 Generating a new CSR for domains myteck.us,*.myteck.us
2022/10/29 09:33:52 New CSR will be based on a generated key
2022/10/29 09:33:54 Saving a new CSR into myteck.csr
2022/10/29 09:33:54 Saving a new CSR key into myteck.key
2022/10/29 09:33:55 Registering the account key
2022/10/29 09:33:55 The key is already registered. ID: 73641394
2022/10/29 09:33:55 Current contact details: arth@myteck.us
2022/10/29 09:33:56 Challenge for 'myteck.us' requires the following DNS record to be created:
Host: _acme-challenge.myteck.us, type: TXT, value: n1FPDIjFOn4hBVjxGeHdKxkI-PXwNw89GIl8IeZqkmc
Wait for DNS to update by checking it with the command: nslookup -q=TXT _acme-challenge.myteck.us
When you see a text record returned, press

2022/10/29 09:34:01 Challenge for '*.myteck.us' requires the following DNS record to be created:
Host: _acme-challenge.myteck.us, type: TXT, value: a6_YEer5edj5tUo9VCrAYypQjJOE6STFLnaEsIg8tHY
Wait for DNS to update by checking it with the command: nslookup -q=TXT _acme-challenge.myteck.us
When you see a text record returned, press

2022/10/29 09:35:10 Processing the 'dns' verification for 'myteck.us'
(etc)
My web server is (include version): not relevant
The operating system my web server runs on is (include version): not relevant
My hosting provider, if applicable, is: not relevant
I can login to a root shell on my machine (yes or no, or I don't know): NO
I'm using a control panel to manage my site (no, or provide the name and version of the control panel): cPanel
The version of my client is (e.g. output of certbot --version or certbot-auto --version if you're using Certbot): LE64 0.38

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