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To deploy Siebel clients, software prerequisites and configuration requirements must be considered for each deployment mode. Each mode provides performance and usability characteristics that may offer advantages for a given environment. The deployment requirements for client machines must correspond to your target user characteristics.
For example, for Siebel employee applications, it is often feasible to deploy in a controlled environment where specific client and browser requirements can be met that support high-interactivity mode applications providing optimal performance and usability. For Siebel customer applications, on the other hand, your deployment must have looser client and browser requirements, which support standard-interactivity mode for a diverse set of users that conform to a basic and broadly supported browser standard.
NOTE: You must coordinate all of your deployment activities-those described in this book and in other books, including those listed in Additional Information About Browser Configuration.
Table 12 outlines the basic differences between the two deployment modes. The sections that follow provide additional information about each mode.
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