However in Internet Explorer 10 all configuration options under the Internet Explorer Maintenance section no longer effect the new web browser. Microsoft has published an article entitled Replacements for Internet Explorer Maintenance which can be found on the following URL link provided below. This TechNet article explains the alternative policy configuration setting for each of the Internet Explorer Maintenance policies applicable for Internet Explorer 10.
For changing the home page Microsoft recommends using the Internet Settings policy settings which can be found under Group Policy Preferences for User Configuration. This presents a problem however if you're running Group Policy Management Console (GPMC) on Window 2008 R2, Windows 7 or any previous operating systems. The problem with these operating systems is Group Policy Management Console does not support Internet Explorer 10 group policy configuration.
The following screenshot was taken on a 2008 R2 domain controller in Group Policy Management Console.
To configure Internet Explorer 10 you must run Group Policy Management Console on either Windows 8 or Windows Server 2012. Only then will the correct configuration options be available.
Simply configure the home page for Internet Explorer 10 along with any other options you want configured.