Without having a look at your database, we won't be able to tell you what's going on and why.
The biggest immediate problem here is that you're on version 9.5 -- which has been end-of-life'd for a few years now.
While this sort of problem/situation MAY arise with newer versions of LANDesk just as well potentially, there's no active support for 9.5 ... so we can't really take a look at your database / setup, unless you stumble across someone who still has a 9.5 VM setup lying around that they could import your DB into.
You can *TRY* to contact support & see if you happen to find someone who still has an old environment around maybe, but it'd be ENTIRELY down to a "good will" effort here.
Chances are that there's a logically legitimate explanation for this (the logic for that stuff has been fine for 10+ years) -- and it's usually more a situation of finding out what exactly is going on in / with your environment. But with a Core that old ... that'll get difficult.
Hope that helps a bit?