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  • Static virtual ip addresses for Remote desktop services

    I have a Win2k8 R2 Rds server with virtual IP enabled per session.
    I created a new dhcp scope for it
    But the problem I'm faced with is as follows

    when I run an ipconfig on the first session I get 192.168.10.6
    And then when I do the same for terminal two (T2) I get 192.168.10.6
    192.168.10.7

    Ipconfig for terminal session 3 192.168.10.6
    192.168.10.7
    192.168.10.8

    Ipconfig for terminal session 4 192.168.10.6
    192.168.10.7
    192.168.10.8
    192.168.10.9

    Ipconfig for terminal session 5 192.168.10.6
    192.168.10.7
    192.168.10.8
    192.168.10.9
    192.168.10.10

    I thought I was only meant to get two ip addresses? the RDS server's physical address and the virtual ip address.
    I've tried setting static ip adddresses and via a registry fix which allows you to specify a start and end of the allocated ip range including a subnetmask.

    I've tried the same via a local gpo on the RDS server without avail.

    Looking forward to hearing back from everyone. Thanks!!

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    Re: Static virtual ip addresses for Remote desktop services

    Have you checked the config as per this post?
    http://blogs.msdn.com/b/rds/archive/...on-part-1.aspx
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