Virtual IP policy settings
- Windows 10 Enterprise multi-session doesn’t support Remote Desktop IP Virtualization (Virtual IP) and we don’t support Remote Desktop IP Virtualization or virtual loopback on Windows 10 Enterprise multi-session.
- Remote Desktop IP Virtualization (Virtual IP) isn’t supported on cloud-hosted machines. For more information, see Microsoft documentation.
The Virtual IP section includes policy settings that control whether sessions have their own virtual loopback address.
Virtual IP loopback support
When this setting is enabled, each session has its own virtual loopback address. When disabled, sessions do not have individual loopback addresses.
By default, this setting is disabled.
Virtual IP virtual loopback programs list
This setting specifies the application executables that can use virtual loopback addresses. When adding programs to the list, specify only the executable name. You do not need to specify the entire path.
By default, no executables are specified.