Access problem control panel loading Group on the 2 tabs

I'm using LabWindows CVI 10.0. My intention is to programmatically disable a control array in a Panel.

Problem:

I am loading a panel with the control array in the pages of TabControl - Tab0 and Tab1.

Error occurs when access programmatically through below functions.

GetCtrlArrayFromResourceID (Tab0_panel, CTRLARRAY) - able to get the resource ID.

GetCtrlArrayFromResourceID (Tab1_panel, CTRLARRAY) not able to get the resource ID.

His error as the ID resource not found in UIR.

Error image which I enclose below for reference.

Please give some suggestions.

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