CRM 2011 Update Entity State (Active/Inactive)

var stateReq = new SetStateRequest()
EntityMoniker =
new EntityReference(Account.EntityLogicalName,
State =
new OptionSetValue((int) AccountState.Inactive), //State Reason
Status = new OptionSetValue(2) //Status Reason
var serRes = (SetStateResponse) _service.Execute(stateReq);


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