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Poco question about config() (setstring)

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Hi Experts,
I'm trying to use the config() in Poco::Util::ServerApplication to call setstring on a property.  It reads in my properties fine, sets them at runtime, but the file is never actually changed.  Is there a way to write the changes to the config to the file??  
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Mike
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