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ONly Allow Certain Websites using GPO

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Server 2008 R2.
Mostly Win 7 clients

A lot of links say to edit a GPO and use "Internet Explorer Maintenance", which I don't have.  Apparently, once you are upgraded to IE10, you lose that.

I just want to allow a handful of websites for some clients.  I thought GPO would be perfect for this, but I can't seem to make it "stick".

Any ideas?
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Nope, mentions Internet Explorer Maintenance in GPO, which I don't have.

Anyone else?  Looks like I'll be buying a content filter....
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Only answer referenced an item I said was not allowable in the answer.  Hence, no usable answer and we have begun exploring content filtering.
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