Configure Remote Desktop IP Virtualization
Applies To: H4S Terminal
Firstly, install Windows 2008R2 and activate it.
In this example, the server named S15, IP address is set to 192.168.0.155, the server only enabled a network port:
To install the Remote Desktop role for the server: Open the Server Manager, click Roles, and then click Add Role on the right
In the wizard, select "Remote Desktop Services"
Only check the "Remote Desktop Session Host"
If the terminal operating system is Win7 or higher, you can choose "need to use network-level authentication"
Licensing Mode: Configure later
User groups can be default, next
Client experience, check according to the need.
Installation is complete, click "Close"
Click "Yes" to restart the server
After the server restarts, the wizard prompts“Installation succeeded”.
Open the Server Manager>Roles>Remote Desktop Services>RD Session Host configuration
Double-click the bottom of the "IP Virtualization"
Select "Enable IP Virtualization", select the network adapter, and then select "Per session"
Create a new user sunde on the server and join the Administrators group (or Remote Desktop Users) and log on remotely to the S15 server from a Win7 PC;
View the server's network connection, you can find another IP address 192.168.0.166, the address is which is user sunde use for current session. It should be noted that this IP address is assigned through DHCP, so 192.168.0.0 network segment must have a DHCP server
Verify: in the sunde session window to open the browser to visit Baidu Web site, through the router to see the connection.