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Missing Outlook 2010 Home, Send/Recieve, Folder, and View tabs.

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The Home, Send/Recieve, Folder, and View tabs are missing in Outlook 2010. This is on one of our terminal servers and I verified the user has the appropriate group memberships to access the terminal server. I went into the users Outlook options and even though everything was checked for this user to have the correct display… all the sub sections was greyed out. I deleted the outlook profile and created another. This allowed for a fresh Outlook profile to be on the machine after I logged off and then back on. Unfortunately, after creating a new Outlook profile for this user we still have the same problem, only the Adobe PDF tab is visible and when you go to options everything is still greyed out. Please let me know your thoughts on this issue.
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