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I am trying to set the URL home page using Group Policy
 All my Google search return the following location
User Configuration > Policies > Windows Settings > Internet Explorer Maintenance > URLs > Important URLs

Which is not available for me ( see screenshot)

So, where is the URL home page option?
GMPC
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Yes, IE10 installed

Any way around it?
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IE10 Removing IEMaintenance from Window 7 and Windows 2008 R2

So, uninstall IE10 if you need IEM...
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