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Missing Administrative templates in windows 2003

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I am missing the adminiustrative folders in windows 2003 server policy editor.  I have followed the MS offerings but it doesn.t work.
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Do you mean you miss the 2003 server administrative templates in GPO?
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When you run gpedit the computer and user sections do have Administrative templates folders but there aree only a few items in each.  My other servers have all the other folders.  When I try to add templates I don't get the system folder option.
This is a brand new install of 2003 server and does not have anything but MS stuff. Been pulling my hair out.
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can you export and import the templates from one of the other servers to that one?
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