For a project I'm working on I'm looking for the ability to assign a specific ip to users when they start a terminal service session.
I'm using Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 and I tried using Remote Desktop IP Virtualization but as far I understand it lets me only to enable the ability to assign a random ip to a session when the user access with or without a dhcp (changing some registry keys).
I need this to set up filtering rules per user on the project firewall.
From what I understand there are a couple of dlls that handle (in "fake dhcp" mode, changing the registry keys) the ip assigment. If assign a static IP to an Users isn't actually supported, can a library be built from scratch to handle this situation and, if yes, when i can find some MS docs about these libraries (I refer to TSVIPool.dll and the second one that can be assigned to the key Control in the same registry path, I can't find the name)