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Network, PC, and Browser Setting Recommendations for Best Performance with TEE (OTAC) (Doc ID 2279186.1)

Last updated on JULY 12, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Taleo Recruiting Cloud Service - Career Section - Version 14A and later
Oracle Taleo Recruiting Cloud Service - Version 14A and later
Oracle Taleo Performance Management Cloud Service - General - Version 14A and later
Oracle Taleo Onboarding Cloud Service - Version 14A and later
Oracle Taleo Platform Cloud Service - Reporting for OBI - Version 14A and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


This document provides the best practice recommendations for optimum performance on our client's network and PC's to help our customers avoid TEE (Oracle Talent Acquisition) performance latency.

For additional information regarding internet settings and other recommended configuration refer to Oracle Talent Acquisition Cloud 19: Technical Configuration and Software Performance Guide <Document 2491001.1>

For more information resources visit the Support Center: <Document 1552573.2> Support Center: Oracle Taleo Enterprise Edition (TEE)


The recommendations for PC/Browser set up may be able to be verified by the user or System Administrator on the affected user's computer.

Other settings will require the customer's IT department to verify.


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In this Document
 General Recommended Settings
 Security Settings Set-up in Internet Options
 Browser Specific Settings
 Internet Explorer
 Firefox (Mozilla)
 Hardware Configuration
 PC Performance
 Checking Performance
 Memory - Available RAM
 Connection Access Recommendations
 How to verify if the computer is using an Ethernet connection
 How to Check Internet Speed
 How to Accelerate Internet Speeds
 Internet Bandwidth
 T1/DSL with at least 1 Mbps recommended for optimal performance
 Bypassing Taleo/Oracle Traffic
 Security Software
 Remote Access to Application

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