Unable to Define AD Boundaries in SCCM 2007

Good Afternoon Everyone -

Currently in SCCM 2007, I have boundaries set up in two different ways - IP range and AD OUs.  I found out today that I need to define my boundaries more in depth.  

When I go to add a new boundary, I choose an AD one, then click Browse, but get only a blank window.  (screenshot) The catch is that seemingly all other SCCM functions are populating the domain tree just fine.  

Anyone know how to resolve this?  Thanks!

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BzowKAsked:
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merowingerCommented:
ok strage. BTW, IP Ranges are the best option for boundaries
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anubhavsharma18Commented:
Is it windows 2003 or 2008 domain and what mode it is running in?
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