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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.
Table 8 outlines the basic differences between the two deployment modes. The sections that follow provide additional information about each mode.
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