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I already use Ubuntu 100% on my machines at home and work, apart from when I need to remote desktop into Windows servers
Assuming you just need standard Windows remote desktop (RDP), rdesktop (sudo apt-get install rdesktop) will probably do everything you need. Perhaps you are using some exotic remoting protocol.