Wesphere App server multiple instances on single Windows server

I am trying to understand the concept behind this except from IBM's Content Navigator install manual regarding Websphere requirements:

Collocating IBM Content Navigator with other applications

IBM Content Navigator must be deployed in its own application server instance (that is, deployed into a single JVM). For example, if you are running IBM WebSphere Application Server, you deploy IBM Content Navigator into the application server that is running within a profile. No other Java EE applications can be deployed within this application server instance. However, other Java EE applications can be deployed in their own application server instances within a profile if the server is sized appropriately.

I have a Windows server that already has Websphre 7.0 installed along with Content manager 8.4.3, this websphere app server has ONE profile (Appsrv01) with multiple web apps deployed into this one profile.  In reading the above section from IBM, i am trying to understand if that means I can just create a "separate" profile (say perhaps Appsrv02) for Content navigator, or whether I somehow have to have a completely separate entire instance of Websphere instance (if that is even possible)?
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gheistCommented:
You just create a new server in "servers" view? btw websphere 8.5 can create websphere 7 app servers this way.

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phahnenAuthor Commented:
We decided to upgrade to Websphere 8.5.5, and also learned (as was also noted by 'gheist' that each JVM instance is a seperate profile (regardless of websphere version).
phahnenAuthor Commented:
I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

Accepted answer: 0 points for phahnen's comment #a41426022

for the following reason:

I figured out what i needed to through my own research, but also I confirmed what another user posted was what i also had found out on my own, I just needed confirmation through my own research that what he said meant the same think I had found out.
gheistCommented:
I personally doubt you even searched in 13h your question got answered and then typed 1 paragraph to delete question for remaining 3 months.
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