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In PowerShell you have to access the Timer Job object and set the property of it. You can try following cmdlets. $tj = Get-SPTimerJob -WebApplication [WebApplication] | where {$_.Name -eq "[TimerJobName]"} $tj.Properties.Add("key","val") $tj.Update() Here in [TimerJobName] you have to pass the timer job name or if you have title then you can place where ...


This is not an ID it is a encoded value of the text string (I think it is base64 encoding). So you need to base64 encode you values, preferably "on demand" (not hard coding the converted values)

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