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Based on the end-user request the DIP is:

• sent to the end-user by e-mail (or any other similar delivery method, for example, copying DIP on external media and posting it per regular mail), this finishes the step;

• copied onto external media which the user is supposed to pick up at the Archives reading rooms / information desk

• copied onto an FTP site which the user can access

• set up in an individual “working area” which is either available in the reading rooms or through the web. Note that this kind of working area can come in many different flavours, starting from simply putting the DIP into a folder on a local computer in the reading room to having highly customisable web environments with various virtualisation, emulation and support software options available.

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