Access denied editing group policy when chose to "browse" and select a domain account

I am an Enterprise Admin, and when editing a group policy, if I attempt to browse and select a domain account, I get error "Windows cannot process the object with the name "" because: Access is denied.

I have removed all gpos and the only the "Default Domain Policy" and the Domain Controller Policy remain.  I get this error when attempting to edith these to policies as well.

This appears to be a permissions issue, but I don't have a clue where or how.  Please help.  

Thank you.
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Where did you set the location to on the selection box?

zolan21Author Commented:
I resolved the issue.  McAfee HBSS was blocking access.  HBSS is set to block all IPv6 traffic and even though IPv6 was disabled on the NIC, the operating system still attempted to use it for internal communication.

Adding the registry DWORD "DisabledComponents"  

with a decimal value of "4294967295" or HEX value of "ffffffff"

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zolan21Author Commented:
Accepted as the solution because it resolved the issue I was having.
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