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A duplicate IP address was assigned” on Provisioning Services target devices

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Hello there,

When I tried to boot my VM in private mode to update the image, it is blue screening with the above message.

I have XA 65 farm using VMWare hypervisor and CitrixProvisioning Services 6.0.

Please advise how should I go about fixing this problem.

Regards,
Gopi Prasad
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