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SQL 2008 - Maintenance Cleanup Task; OK button is grayed out?

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I'm logged on with windows authentication, and for some reason cannot edit the Maintenance Cleanup Task (change deletion of old backup's from 4 weeks to 4 days).

Anyone?
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Raja Jegan R earned 500 total points
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Either you don't have the permission to edit Maintenance plans (Are you sure you have sysadmin privilege on that server)
Have you applied SP1 for SQL Server 2008.
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Are you getting any error messages or is the option grayed out?
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