How do you view Windows Home Server 2011 Video on iPad 2

I have uploaded iPhone 4s .mov files from iPhone 4s to Windows Home Server 2011.  The iphone can play these back but the iPad Safari reports downloading but does nothing after that.  Will not play video.   I can email the iPhone 4s video to iPad 2 and view the video but just not through web browser.

Lancem631-
I think your MOV files are compatible with the iPad, but are not recognized as being compatible in Safari.  This is something that should be reported by providing feedback to Apple at <iPad Feedback>.  If more people report the problem, Apple is more likely to fix it.
To work around the problem, you can convert the MOV files to MP4, which should be compatible.  One program that can do this conversion is HandBrake.  <Download HandBrake>
Fred

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