How to turn off PC sleep policy in GPO?

In my AD domain, I turned on setting PCs (Vista & higher) to go to sleep after 1 hr of inactivity via GPO.  That was working great.  However, now I need one PC to remain on and not go to sleep.  I deleted that power config from the GPO but it is still not allowing me to set the Sleep duration on the PC (running Server 2K8 - it is not a DC).  How do I get this enabled again?  I really don't care that people then have access to set it on their own again.  I would prefer that it remain at 1 hour for everyone (but just now editable) - I hope I don't need to make everyone's set to not sleep at all.  Thanks for the assistance.
cgtyoderAsked:
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Mike KlineCommented:
What do you mean when you say you deleted the power config from the GPO.  What did you delete?

Thanks

Mike
cgtyoderAuthor Commented:
I ended up finding it in the GPO - I must have missed it the first time I looked for it.  It was indeed set to 1 hr, and I set it to Disabled.

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