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Internet Explorer Maintenance Extension in Windows 2003 Admin Tools Pack

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I'm using the Internet Explorer Maintenance Extension in Group Policy Management (GPO Admin Toold Pack for Windows 2003 Server). I can edit all the features of the selected GPO, except the Internet Explorer Maintenance Extension featues, like URLs and Favorites. When I select URLs under Internet Explorer Maintenance, I only see object folders that can not be accessed or edited. I am using a Windows XP SP3 workstation and was able to do this in the past without issue. I reinstalled the Admin Tools Pack, but the results are the same. Please assist.
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You may want to read this before going too much further:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc728403(WS.10).aspx
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