Configure IPSec policies per user basis

I'm wondering if it's possible to create IPSec policies but only apply them to specific users.
Basically we have a custom program / database that we need users access only their own data. We were able to assign specific ports for each user, and lock them out from there.

example:
user1 - allowed from ports 11000-11100
user2 - allowed from ports 11200-11300
user3 - allowed from ports 11300 - 11400

now they connect to RDS (via RemoteApp), and access the software from there. when they open the software and login, it shows all data in the database, rather than only their client folder.

for testing, we managed to block out user1 using IPsec policies on RDS server, and only loaded their own folders.

Now is it possible to create the same IPSec policies (maybe from GPO), and apply only to specific users?

example:
user1 - block user2, user3 ports
user2 - block user1, user3 ports
user3 - block user1, user2 ports

let me know and/or if you have other suggestions to accomplish this.

Thanks in advance!
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asavenerCommented:
Are you talking about Windows firewall security policies?

If so, they get applied via the computer settings in group policy, and cannot be applied on a per-user basis.
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andrew_transparentAuthor Commented:
sorry, this question was forgotten about... but your answer made sense to that I have been asking the wrong question
thanks
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