score:143

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on the servers view, delete all the webapps published under your server (right click on the server > remove or right click on the server > add and remove and then remove manually the webapps) and finally right click on the server > publish (the 'empty' content). this way you would un-gray the server locations area.

score:2

if you are still dont see the option enabled, start the tomcat and then it will be enabled.

score:11

as the dialog says : "server must be published with no modules present to make changes." stop the server remove any modules. after that the options will be enabled.

score:11

one way to change the server location is by doing the following steps:

    1)right click on the server(example tomcat server).
    2)go to properties.
    3)click on "switch location" , in the "general" tab.
    4)the "location" information changes.
    5)now go back and the settings will be enabled to change the server locations

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