So you hear this spread across the Twitterverse and Blogosphere. You should not RDP your SQL Servers to do administrative work. My nature has always been to troubleshoot issues from the server in an RDP session.
When I received a disk space alert on a development system I was about to RDP and do my thing. But I said wait, let me approach this from a different perspective…
To the rescue is dbatools as always seems to be the case these days.
Remoting is much less resource-intensive and it lets you scale out to dozens, hundreds, or thousands of servers without any more effort on your part. It’s rare that you get constant scaling, so take advantage of it where you can.