My only gripe with RDP is that it shuts off the original display when you remote-control your device, and you have to log in again when you end the RDP session, so you can only use one screen at a time.
In my studio / rehearsal room, I use Teamviewer to contol my live cube and live laptop from my production machine - dead easy, and it leaves the original screen on, so I can see what’s what on my little 7’’ screen mounted on my keyboard. For editing, it’s a quick hop over to the production PC, do my edits and go back to the keyboard. Teamviewer has a surprisingly low resource footprint - as opposed to some other remote solutions that increase Cantabile load significantly.
Live, I use a 10’’ non-touch screen - I operate my setup via my keyboard controls - and a wireless keyboard/trackpad for startup, shutdown and any necessary interventions.
Works well for me so far.