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My question that I can't seem to find a clear answer is.. when using RDP, is it the host computer doing all or most of the work using its resources as cpu, ram, and hardware all processed by host and simply displayed on client, with only basic stuff is used by client at the time? And every time I connect to host from laptop, my laptop display gets changed with icons resorted. Should I just create and use a designated user profile on my laptop when connecting to host? Or is there a fix? 

Scenario, I have old Dell E6410 and have a headless mini work station being HP Z2 and simply planning on remoting to it from various clients around my home, kinda like Citrix does. 

Or should I setup some VMware or even just use TeamViewer? All typically only used on my home network with maybe an occasional connection from outside my home network? 

Any thoughts or suggestions? 

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