The ServerUuid property returns the UUID that uniquely
identifies this instance of the server. If the application does not
set this property, a temporary UUID will be assigned to the server. If
a value is assigned to this property, it must be a valid UUID string.
A permanent UUID can be generated using a utility such as uuidgen
which is included with Visual Studio.
Attempting to change the value of this property after the server
has started will cause an exception to be raised. To change this
property value, you must first call the Stop
method which will terminate all active client connections.