To write a property you must have the GUID of the object and know the attribute name and type.
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|Description||Write a property of an object.|
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The following .NET C# code is an example of a successful property write:
Guid id = client.GetObjectIdentifier("siteName:naeName/Folder1.AV1"); client.WriteProperty(id, "description", "This is an AV.");