GPO for IE 9 & 11 Proxy Server Settings

I currently have a Server 2008 R2 Domain with 2 domain controllers.  I need to configure proxy server settings in my terminal servers.  Normally I do this through Internet Explorer Maintenance in the GPO but it is now gone.  I have been researching and it seems the functionality has moved yo the GP Preferences.  Within there are settings for IE 5 - 8.  I need templates for IE 9 & 11.  Can you please provide a download link and walk through on how to install the templates properly, and make them usable within the GPO Management Console.

Thank you!!
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Benjamin MOREAUProject ManagerCommented:
BSModlinAuthor Commented:
i added the but still see nothing..... I tried adding the ADM templates and creating a central store.... what am i missing?  Where should I be seeing the settings?
BSModlinAuthor Commented:
See attached....GPO IE Template
Rodney BarnhardtServer AdministratorCommented:
I was trying to get the IE 11 GPO templates to show up in Group Policy. I opened a case with Microsoft because I could not get it to work. They informed me that in order for IE 11 GPO's to be used, you need to have a Windows 2012 domain controller in place. All of the settings you have should still work with IE 9, the changes were made for IE 10 and 11 from my understanding. Below are the notes from the case:
Now, all I was needing to do is to add IE favorites for which they gave me a work around for now.

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AmitIT ArchitectCommented:
You need to copy admx and adml files, did you copied it at right location. Copy admx under sysvol policy definition path and adml under en-us path.
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