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Applying  a transform to a GPO

Posted on 2009-07-08
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I am trying to add a transform to a GPO, however on the modications tab where you select the transform all-of my options are grayed out.      How can I change this ?

Thank you,

John
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You have to remove the application and readd it selecting the advanced option where you can apply a transform. If you could apply a transform to an existing application, it would still need to be reinstalled since it was changed.
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