+ 0 Votes depends CG IT 7 years ago If their using Windows server O/S you could use it for Remote Access. Allows remote VPN connections on WAN miniports and user authentication via a RADIUS or AD [if it's an Active Directory network]. + 0 Votes no-ip.com itsupport 6 years ago go to no-ip.com and sign up its a free domain name you download their software which maps the ip address of your computer that you want to access to a domain name then you then you type the no-ip domain name in the remote desktop and connect + 0 Votes VPN-RDP 3xp3rt 7 years ago My advice is: Make a VPN connection to the client?s domain. In this case your computer will be a domain computer, and you can easily use the RDP. For this you can use the desired computer IP address or computer name.