troubleshooting Question

Group Policy Object Editor doesn't display all extensions

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When I attempt to edit a group policy object in the GPO Editor, I can't see all the extensions that should be there by default.  When I look under User Configuration at the Windows Settings, there should be a list of extensions there (Administrative Templates, Security Settings, Remote Software Installation, Folder Redirection, Scripts, Internet Explorer Maintenance).  For some reason, all I can see is the Remote Software Installation option.  Since MMC Help indicates that these extensions should be there by default, I don't know why they are not displayed.  I don't believe it is a permissions issue, because I probably wouldn't be able to edit the GPO at all if that were the case.  I have uninstalled and reinstalled the Server 2k3 admin pak at least 10 times now, and it still doesn't work.  Please help!
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