cant add user to 'Replace a process level token' in GPO

Trying to solve an issue i'm having with a program we have installed at a client's and one of the steps tech support suggested requires me to add a user to 'Replace a process level token' in the local group policy.  The problem is 'Add user' is grayed out.

The server is a domain controller, but to my knowledge there are no policies in place to block me from adding this.

Am I missing something?
MikeIT ManagerAsked:
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Hi Shadowless127,

When you say "local group policy", do you mean on the local machine or the group policy for the domain?
You will admin rights on the local machine and/or domain admin rights on the domain controller.

You are missing something, yes. When greed out, it means a policy overrides this. So simply run rsop.msc and see what domain policy overrides it and modify that policy instead.

Also be sure you know what that change implies.

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MikeIT ManagerAuthor Commented:
Johan - local policy for that machine.  The account I was using has domain admin and local admin privileges

McKnife - I completely forgot about rsop.  I will take a look at that on Monday.  I know what it changes.  I doubt it will actually solve my issue, but I want to try it before I contact support and tell them it didn't work.

I will take a look at this Monday and report back.
MikeIT ManagerAuthor Commented:
Apparently this item was defined in the default domain controller policy.  I went ahead and added the user there.  Thanks.
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