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I personally like AD, but you've already said you've decided against it. So... VPN Connections to connect them to the office. (Routing and Remote Access/OpenVPN/Cisco AnyConnect/What came with your router/etc.) LogMeIn or something similar on the clients. You can run WSUS outside of a domain. There are registry keys to help you with that, and they can ...
Active Directory. We had decided early on the cost to create and manage the infrastructure to hook into our home office domain was not enough to justify what little we needed it for... At the time, that might have been true. However, now, you're getting to the point that without a domain, it's unmanageable in non-polynomial time. So it's time to ...
I'm pretty sure you can do this through Group Policy. Yup: https://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/4980.how-to-enable-or-disable-remote-desktop-via-group-policy-windows-2008.aspx I found this by googling "group policy enable remote desktop"
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