Windows Server 2012, Scheduled Task, "The task requires that the user account specified has log on as batch job rights"

I just created a scheduled task on our new Windows Server 2012 domain controller. Upon completing the new task, the following message popped up.

The task requires...
I ran rsop.msc on the domain controller.
In the Resultant Set of Policy console I accessed the following policy: the Resultant Set of Policy console, Computer Configuration\Windows Settings\Security Settings\Local Policies\User Rights Assignment\Log on as a batch job

The Add User or Group button, however, is disabled. What am I doing wrong?

Add User or Group
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Cliff GaliherCommented:
IF you accessed this via RSOP then this is expected. The resultant set of policies is an aggregate total. As such, it wouldn't know which policy you are trying to edit. You need to create a new policy or choose to edit an existing policy to make the change you want instead of trying to do so through RSoP.

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