I have this trivial doubt about a point in Remote Desktop Connection for a long time. Let us say, we have made a remote desktop connection to a machine named 'Remote' from a machine named 'Local'.
Now my question is very simple. If at all, we are surfing anything using the browser of the remote machine, which bandwidth would be made use of? (The remote machine's or the local machine's or the combination of both?)
As far as I know, only the input to the remote machine could be controlled. Hence, my presumption is that the bandwidth of the remote machine would only be consumed.Is my presumption right?