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This is theoretically possible, but it depends if the HW components are supported and which boot manager can be used to boot on Solaris and Windows.
Edited by: Pascal Kreyer - Oracle on Apr 7, 2013 11:48 AM
You can install first the Solaris for x86/x64 and then Windows. Do not install Solaris SPARC as this architecture is not supported by Windows OS.
GRUB on x86/64 supports both UFS and NTFS File Systems and will let you choose the OS to boot according to your preference. I haven't tried it but I think it will work.
On x86 systems it is possible to create a fdisk partition of type MS-DOS (Windows OS).