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Activating IIS7 on Windows web Server

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We purchased a new hardware web server with windows web server 2008 installed as the OS. However, the IIS7 is not activated.

how do we activate it? We can't find it anywhere.

thanks!
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the nutshell answer is that it is found under Select Role Services.
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