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I have Server 2008 Web Edition, one network card & 5 IPv4 addresses on it. I need to assign one different IP address to different user. How can I do it? Thank you.

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closed as not a real question by Chris S, Zoredache, Iain, sysadmin1138, mfinni Dec 9 '10 at 19:16

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Hey user59178 Can you explain what you mean a bit more. When you say a different IP for a different user. Do you mean if you log on as user X you get IP P and if you log on as user Y you get IP Q. James – James Dec 9 '10 at 17:52
-1, You need to be much more specific as to what your situation is and what you hope to accomplish. – Chris S Dec 9 '10 at 18:03

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Wow, not seen one like this before.

Why do you think you need or want to do this, I genuinely can't think of a situation where this would make sense.

What's wrong with a single IP for your server?

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Every user needs to have different external IP for specific software works properly. – user59178 Dec 9 '10 at 17:52
Ok, but why have you put them on the server, it's just a routing issue. – Chopper3 Dec 9 '10 at 17:58
Sorry, didn't understand what I have to do – user59178 Dec 9 '10 at 18:18
@user59178, are these users from your local network, or using your web site. You really need to take some time and include more details in your question. – Zoredache Dec 9 '10 at 18:37

Edited: You can setup a terminal server with IP Virtualization (IP per Session) using Server 2008 R2 Standard, Enterprise, or Datacenter only. Web edition can't, not any version. Server 2008 also can't, only R2.

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Users connects to server via RDP - here they can use single IP for this connections. But for any network request they need to use personal IP address. I think, it can be realized as virtual network adapter which have, for example, IP address for 1 user, for 2nd user, etc. Sorry if my explanation isnt clear.... – user59178 Dec 9 '10 at 18:30
This makes no sense at all, please explain, in as much detail as possibe in your actual question above please. – Chopper3 Dec 9 '10 at 18:32
OK, English is not my native language, so it'll be hard to explain, but I'll try =) – user59178 Dec 9 '10 at 18:54
For example, we have user1 and user2. They're connecting to server via RDP. They need to have different IP addresses, for ex., if user1 opens - he see, and user2 see (just example, i know that that's local IPs). But this addresses must stays not only in browser, but for any network request. – user59178 Dec 9 '10 at 18:56
Bypassing software like that is a violation of the EULA and illegal. Your not getting any additional help from me. – Chris S Dec 9 '10 at 19:11

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