I’m by far no expert on this. To double check, go to the options page in the remote Rhino and find what there is for View:
There must be other remote desktop type software that relays the display as rendered on the remote machine…
For instance Teamviewer will let you share a screen and allow for the visitor to operate the mouse…yet that can be sluggisch
I guess it all depends on your needs…what is the reason for using the remote machine…and the need for accurate display?
As a complete sidestep, you could clear the vertexcolors altogether and see what that brings I dug up an old rvb and modified it to remove vertexcolors from a mesh…did not test thoroughly …
RemoveVertexColors_arrMeshes.rvb (656 Bytes)
Final thought: how large are those textures? If they are too big the RDP GPU emulator might not be able handle them. In that case a resolution reduction of the images could help. ( start with extreme reduction that work your way up to find the max)