Patrick can you please describe the methodology and software you used to test this. What led you to this conclusion?
Using Tor directly as the socks5 client won’t work because Tor does not support the protocol. UDP support is a sufficient but not necessary condition for socks5 proxifiers. What is needed need is some other locally installed socks5 client on the WS (with UDP Associate support) that is then configured to connect to a remote socks5 server.
- Proxychains is easy to use but lacks UDP support.
- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_proxifiers Is a good list to start from. Some options such as Dante and redsocks seem to be a good start but their learning curve is somewhat steep.