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Hello,

I'm new to applescript and need to create a script that will add a new property to the Netinfo Manager.

I know how to add a new property manually, but it would be great if this task could be automated.

I've looked for documentation, but if someone can give me an example of how to add the property to Netinfo Manager or point me in the right direction as to what commands to use, that would be great!

Thanks in advanced!
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