That happens cause you probably have that server´s Service Profile bounded to a Updating Template, which means that whatever change you apply to a Service Profile (associate to that template) will change the same to others.
If you want to make that change, then go to the server in question, "General" tab and then click on the Service Profile name (looks like a hyperlink). In the "General" tab for the Service Profile (cause there will be a pop window for the Service Profile), you will read something about a warning telling you that it belongs to a template.
Unbind it and make the changes. If you want to do the change for all of the servers associated to the same template, then do NOT unbind the template, but make the change on the template/Service Profile itself instead and it will propagate to the rest of the servers. Use Caution though, multiple servers can be affected if you are not conscious of what you are doing.
Check here, Slide 31 you will find a nice explanation in case you don´t what I mean when I am talking about templates.
http://www.alcatron.net/Cisco%20Live%202013%20Melbourne/Cisco%20Live%20Content/Data%20Centre%20And%20Virtualisation/BRKCOM-1005%20%20UCS%20Architecture%20Overview.pdf OR just google "BRKCOM-1005"
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