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Looks like there's no such option to set to large icons on taskbar (the quick launch panel),

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Was it supported or if there any other trick I can do? The icons are too small.

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Why close this question?

It doesn't work as the same way in Windows 7, and on one ever asked similar questions

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End-user options on the desktop doesn't really fall under the "professional systems administrations" remit. –  Jenny D Mar 31 '13 at 7:26
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You can. First you have to unlock the task bar:

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Then right-click any empty space in the quick-launch area and go to the "View" flyout. Select "Large Icons"

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Ta da!

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Not really an answer, but the pic is important...because by default Windows 2008 R2 doesn't show what is shown by WesleyDavid.

Example:

Windows 2008 R2 Taskbar properties

So perhaps you should mention in your question that you were specifically referring to Windows 2008 and not the R2 version. (Note: I don't even have a 2008 version to test on but I'm guessing Wesley covered that correctly)

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