Configuring Internet Trusted Sites with Group Policy

Hello, i want to use GPOs to add a couple of URLs in the IE Trusted Sites for all users in our domain. We are running a Win2008 R2 domain with IE10 so the old "Internet Explorer Maintenance" settings are not available. There is a policy setting in [Policies > Administrative Templates > Windows Components > Internet Explorer > Internet Control Panel > Security Page] but this will OVERWRITE the user-defined sites and won't allow the user to do any edits. There is an option under [Preferences > Control Panel Settings > Internet Settings] but i can only change the security level (the "Sites" button is greyed out). Am i doing something wrong? Is there some other place i could find this setting? Or is this an oversight on behalf of Microsoft? thanks
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criskritAuthor Commented:
it's okay, i found the answer, need to do it by adding registry entries as mentioned here

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