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Linux DHCPD Serving Windows with Multiple domain-name options?

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I basically have two domains I want to wind up on the search path, a.b.com and b.com.  If I set
option domain-name "a.b.com b.com";

it works fine on linux/osx boxes, but windows fails.  The reason why is that windows interprets that as a single connection suffix and is now trying to search in
"a.b.com b.com" which is obviously wrong.  Does anyone know how to actually setup dhcpd so I can have all clients have a.b.com and b.com on the search path?
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