I have Windows Server 2008 r2 with static ip address on WAN interface. I connecting to the server from home from my laptop. Laptop at home is behind nat box. When i connecting to the server from home in Remote Desktop Session Manager i see in client status dialog a local ip address of client behind the nat box not WAN ip address of nat box. I suppose i must see the WAN ip address of the nat box in Remote Desktop Session Manager, isnt it?
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Your using the Remote Desktop Client on your home PC, so the values you see in RDS Manager (IP and hostname) are that of the computer running RDC, which is your internal IP and real computer name at home.