In this scenario, a business or department of approximately 50 people wants to move their timesheet system onto their local intranet. This is a very simple application. A user opens a timesheet form on their desktop or from the Web server, completes their weekly time sheet information, including comments, and submits it. The form returns to the server, is processed, and the data and form are stored in a database.
The timesheet form is a simple form, approximately 75 KB in size and approximately 8 MB when stored in memory. It contains one page and 25 items, including a timesheet table that users can add additional rows to. Users are encouraged to access it every day to input their data; however, it is most frequently accessed on Friday afternoons and Monday mornings. Some users have the Viewer installed on their system, and some users do not.
In this scenario, some users have the Viewer installed on their system and some do not. This scenario could be modified so that no users have the Viewer installed on their system or all users have the Viewer installed on their system.