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Quicktime MOV streaming on IIS7

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Hi guys - I want to have a Quicktime MOV file stream from our IIS7 server. If I just place the file on the file and access it by URL, the whole file has to download before it plays. What can I do to get it to play the start while it is downloading the remainder of the file? Thanks Ed.
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