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GhostCast and Windows Deployment on Same Server

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I currently have two separate servers for deployment. One runs ghostcast and the other runs WDS. I would like to combine these two roles into one server.

Some of our techs use ghostcast at their sites and others use WDS. My idea is to assign a single server two IP addresses. In DHCP, configure ghostcast subnets to pxe boot to one IP and configure WDS subnets to pxe boot to another.

In detail, how can I configure ghostcast to accept pxe boots on one IP and WDS to work on another?
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well since these are two different apps and are not multi ip aware, will it be possible for u to go with virtualization..
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They are already virtualized. Just trying to free up some RAM and CPU usage. The non-multi ip aware answers my question though.
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