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Message 83981 - Posted: 21 Dec 2017, 4:17:57 UTC

BOINC Manager version 7.8.3 (x64). Win 10.

The "Remove" button in the Boinc Manager is grayed out and cannot be used. I cannot remove any projects from the Boinc Manager.

When I remove a project from my grcpool.com account, it remains in the Boinc manager even after I have synced it.

Also, I have tried to add LHC@Home to my grcpool.com account, but it won't sync to the Boinc Manager.

Otherwise, TN-Grid runs fine. The other project that I want removed is suspended.

I have the same issue on my other PC.

Any suggestions to resolve these issues? Thanks.
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Message 84106 - Posted: 30 Dec 2017, 16:44:51 UTC - in response to Message 83981.  

To remove projects added with an account manager, you have to remove them with the account manager as well. Only projects added without an account manager show the Remove button. If the account manager doesn't actually remove the project, you'll have to take that up with the developers of the account manager, in this case Gridcoin. Account managers are always third party, we have no say in what they do and how they tend to to things.
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