Printer "Configure Port" greyed out for local Administrators

I am working on an issue with printers showing as "Offline" where apparently the fix is supposed to be you go into Devices and Printers, bring up the Printer's properties, go to Ports tab then click "Configure Port", and uncheck SNMP and possibly re-check it hitting apply in between.

Issue I'm finding is that the "Configure Port" button is greyed out.
The printer is deployed via Group Policy but I'm not seeing a GPO regarding greying out the "Configure Port" button.
Windows Firewall comes to mind but in Group Policy that is disabled for all profiles.
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Kash2nd Line EngineerCommented:
follow walkthrough on here >>> http://techspeeder.com/2014/03/06/how-to-fix-printer-properties-that-are-grayed-out/

right click on the printer and RUN AS ADMINISTRATOR

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Bob SouthSystems AdminCommented:
I noted the AD tag on your question.  If this is on a domain controller, Local Admin accounts are disabled.
hdhondtCommented:
Are you printing via a server? In that case you need to change the setting on the server, as that is the PC that connects to the printer.
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