I read a previous post on StackExchange in regards to this issue that I'm having. I have a server that uses 2 networks, a private network on a promiscuous port (it's able to talk to all of the isolated ports on the network, but the isolated ports cannot talk to each other) and the "public facing" network interface (even though it's only open to the LAN and some other devices). This server needs to be very secure in that only RDP sessions can be initiated on the public facing interface and not the private interface.
The problem that I'm having however comes after I've set the network adapter as shown by the powershell results for querying the object:
NetworkAdapterLanaID NetworkAdapterName -------------------- ------------------ 2 vmxnet3 Ethernet Adapter
The second adapter is actually the primary adapter in this case.
I am however able to initiate a remote connection to both network adapters on this server. Since the private network is all layer 2, a layer 3 firewall wont be of use here. I'd rather not rely on Windows Firewall or IPsec to achieve my goal but if there is no other way I guess I will have to.
Any and all opinions on this would be helpful.