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I have installed visual studio 2008 and have installed a new web server with windows web server 2008.

I am trying to create a connection to the website via the "Connections" screen in Visual studio.

When I do, it says:

"Unable to open the web site ..... The web server does not appear to have FrontPage Server Extensions installed."

I know  how to add them in IIS6, just right click and there they are.

But in IIS7, I have checked all the options I can see and don't find a way to add FPSE.

What do I do?

thanks.
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Thanks, I installed it and then realized it is the same as sharepoint I think and I think that was already there. But anyway I have it now.
I have more questions, I'll open a new post.
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