I think I have tried them all and decided Windows 10 Pro Remote Desktop is best.
1. You only need it on the scope computer.
2. Works with WiFi or cat6 cable.
3. Will work peer to peer, no requirement for Internet.
4. Unlike TeamViewer, no hassle about 'commercial use'.
5. Unlike some options, you won't be worried by firewall and antivirus alerts.
6. Greater control over Windows updates, notifications and junk.
7. Ability to manage/disable RemoteFX compression.
What most folk don't realise is that commercial networks embrace aggressive RemoteFX compression and that is the default setting. This is designed to prevent a single user choking a commercial network with excessive data. But as you are probably a sole user of your home network, you can comfortably reduce or disable it via Group Profiles. This has permitted me to develop an end to end 4K UHD system over WiFi. I spent £££'s on expensive MESH 802.11ac 5Ghz WiFi extenders and their full potential wasn't released until I had control over RemoteFX compression. I think only Windows 10 Pro offers such control, yet all use some form of compression. You might only be using the computer indoors as a dumb terminal, but if live stacking extreme short exposures, each exceeding 4K UHD, whilst the scope side computer is the workhorse it is still a massive amount of screen data to be wirelessly transmitted if intent on using a 4K UHD graphics display.