Exchange Management Console (EMC) Missing Organization Configuration, Server Configuration, Recipient Configuration, and Toolbox

I recently installed EMC on a new computer. I went through the online tutorial and ensured all RoleGroupMember permissions are correct but yet I cannot view any of the configuration child items after successfully connecting to the exchange server. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Hypercat (Deb)Commented:
If everything is working on the server and other workstations, try these things:

1.  Make sure that you have IIS6 management console and metabase compatibility, and .NET enabled in the Windows features.
2.  Uninstall and reinstall the MMC.  Make sure you're logged on to the workstation with administrative rights.
3.  Make sure you have installed on the workstation the most current Exchange service pack and rollup that you have on the server.
IT DepartmentAuthor Commented:
Unfortunately, I've tried each of those without any luck. I have the proper features enabled. I've tried to uninstall and reinstall. I've made sure it's the proper version (I think).

Here's the current version of our exchange server, perhaps you can provide me with a link to the proper EMC download?

Version: 14.02.0387.000

Thanks for all of your help.
Hypercat (Deb)Commented:
Hmmm - It looks like you're pretty far behind the curve on Exchange 2010 updates.  Where are you getting that build number from?  In order to find the correct build number for Exchange 2010, you need to look in the Windows update history.  The console does not display the correct build number.  You really should update to Exchange SP3 and the latest update rollup for SP3 which is RU8-v2.  I'm not saying that this is going to solve your problem, but it just might.  

If you want to stay with SP2, then you should at least update to the latest rollup for SP2 which is 14.2.390.3, if you're not already on it:

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