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Enable button on Sotware Explorer (windows defender) grayed out - GPO option to enable?

Posted on 2007-03-26
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I am trying to get the Enable button to not be grayed out  in Software Explorer on Windows Defender.  There are no options that I can find in the GPO to enable this on the XP Pro clients. I can't even do this under the domain admins account.  We have an application that is set to "Not Yet Classified".  and unable to change it.  
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Make sure that you have administrator rights.
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I am trying this as myself. I have domain admiin rights. I;ve even logged in as the local administrator. Nothing is working.
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Admins. Please close this. No one has answered this correctly and I dont' see how to close it.
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