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Supply Unique Virtual IP´s using Windows 2008.

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Im used to Citrix xendesktop, where i have an option to supply virtual ips for every user which connects to the server, in case a specific application requires a unique IP address to communicate between them.

We are testing windows 2008 Terminal and remote desktop services, without citrix, and trying to use a file transfer tool, which needs a unique IP Address for each user.

The question is:

Is it possible to assing a unique ip address from a pool for each connected user, using only windows 2008 server?

Thanks in Advance.
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well i found already, in case someone else need it:

ALL PROGRAMS > Administrative Tools > Remote Desktop Services > Remote Desktop Session Host Configuration.

On the bottom, RD IP VIRTUALIZATION.
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