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I have enabled IIS7 in Windows 7. It works fine. I can see the default page from my local computer as well as from remote computer connected to the Internet.

Now I would like to do something. I would like to change my index.html. Does anybody know where this file can be located?

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You should have a look at the basic settings of the Default Web Site; this is where the physical path for the site root is defined.

This is by default C:\inetpub\wwwroot.

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It is usually within C:\inetpub (replacing C:\ with the system path letter)

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