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2003 SBS Server: I have a row of TABS missing from Active Directory

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2003 SBS Server: I have a row of TABS missing from Active Directory users properties being, general, address, accounts, profile,  telephones and organisations. How can I get these TABS back?
These were available until a few months ago. I haven't found an issue yet but if I need to change something that uses the TABS in question I would be snookered.
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This happens for example, if the ADMINPAK version is not matching the SP on the Server ?
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