Originally Posted by MS3FGX
DHCP doesn't set the hostname on the client machine, it can only add DNS records for clients. Is that what you are looking to do?
The actual hostname would be the same, but other machines on the network would resolve it as whatever you set the DNS name to.
Thanks about it.
As I need to create a image for a computer lab which have a lot of Virtual Machines (by VMWare workstation) on top of it. I want to solve the duplicate hostname problem.