Use the Set Values page of the Execute Package Utility dialog box to set the property values of packages, executables, connections, variables, and log providers by typing the paths of properties and the property values. Each path entry adds a /SETpropertypath;value option to the command prompt.
Type the path of the property. The path syntax uses a backslash (\) to indicate that the following item is a container, the period (.) to indicate the following item is a property, and brackets to indicate a collection member. The member can be identified by its index or its name. For example, the property path of a package variable is \Package.Variables[MyVariable].Value.
Type the value of the property.
Select a property path and click to remove it.
Click to run the package.
Click to close the Execute Package Utility dialog box.