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where is current activity/process info in sql server 2005/2008

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back in sql server 2000 the enterprise manager had section labelled activity/process info where I could see and kill processes. In sql server 2005/2008 I can write a query to see this but where can I find the GUI like in sql server 2000?
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right-click the instance then click activity monitor is what I was looking for.
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