how to alter the starting number for an identity column

Hi guys how do i change the increment number on a primary column in sql

i was thinking something like this, but that does not work

ALTER TABLE Warnings ALTER COLUMN WarningId [int] IDENTITY (50, 1) NOT NULL

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Aneesh RetnakaranDatabase AdministratorCommented:
Force the current identity value to 50
This example forces the current identity value in the jobs table to a value of 50.
USE pubs
GO
DBCC CHECKIDENT (jobs, RESEED, 50)
GO
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Anthony PerkinsCommented:
Do you mean the Identity Seed or the Identity Increment?  If it is the first than go with Aneesh's solution, if the second you will have to rebuild the table.
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