DHCP uses entities called "Option tags" which are nothing but data fields. Option tags distribute data such as host's IP address, or the location of a file on a TFTP server. Most of these Option tags are well known. However at times, it might be required to exchange data for which no dedicated option tag exists. This can be done using special option tags which are called "generic".
By saying "Use of the DHCP client feature to acquire an IP address from a generic DHCP server is not supported", the technical writer might be saying that PIX works with a DHCP Server using well known Option tags only and that generic option tags are not supported.
More information about the same can be obtained from the document "Configuring Remote Hosts with the DHCP Server", which is available at the uRL:
I see your thought process and concur that what they probably mean to refer to is "user-configureable options" or :"generic options/data fields" might be more appropos but what they do say is confusing
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