RDS - running on 2012 R2 Standard
RemoteApp configured for inhouse application
RDS IP: 192.168.10.11
I've configured IP Virtualization on our RDS server and set to give out IP address from a static IP address range (different subnet - 192.168.11.220-230/24) configured in the registry. (instructions: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee382306%28v=ws.10%29.aspx
). Logging in as a user to the Terminal server, gives me an ip from the range I configured ( 192.168.11.220-230/24), which means IP virtualization is working BUT not when they're just connecting to the RemoteApp (RDWeb) program.
What we're trying to accomplish is to have each user get a different IP address so they don't have access to other network shares.
user1 - IP range (192.168.11.220-230/24)
User2 - IP range (192.168.12.220-230/24)
User3 - IP range (192.168.13.220-230/24)
User4 - IP range (192.168.14.220-230/24)
User5 - IP range (192.168.15.220-230/24)
I know NTFS permissions should be enough to block other users from accessing other network shares, but this is another layer of protection, as it will be different clients accessing the server.
1. Is this setup possible?
2. What are required in the setup?