GPO to Accept Cookies

I have an application that requires First and Third party cookies, so i want to enforce these options through GPO on Server 2012.  However, when I go to UserConfig\Preferences\Control panel\Internet setting, the settings in the privacy tab are greyed out, so i cant get to the advanced button.

I have also tried to go through UserConfig\Windows settings but the Internet Exploreer Maintenance is missing, which i believe is because it is deprecated.

So where do I set the Advanced privacy setting to allow first and third party cookies?
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Michael LinkInfrastructure EngineerCommented:
Go To Group Policy Management Editor (For specific OU of your HR department Users) - User Configuration - Preferences - Internet Settings - Right Click - New - Select the Version of IE you are using - Here in Internet Option (Just Like in Client's IE ) you can go to Privacy Tab and slide down the Settings Slider to adjust as per your need.
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