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This will work, but you will have to have a license per machine.
I install a remote control program (pcAnywhere, Windows Terminal Services, etc) on my Network Management station and then I log in to it remotely from home to use the Solar winds tools.
If you really want a untility capable of remote administration and user rights, you need to look at ORION. If only one user at a time is going to be administering, then you could use the toolsets EE and use some sort of Remote Desktop utility. I use Timbuktu but I have DSL for my home connection. If your using dial up and RAS, a remote desktop utility may not be your answer.
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The way I use it to check the network from home is to VPN into my network, then remote control (we use VNC) into the SolarWinds server to do whaever you need to do.
I also check my network from home by using VPN and the Remote Desktop Connection from Microsoft.