The problem is that Remote Desktop by default likes to transfer the audio from the remote computer to the client computer. The Axia IP driver doesn't like this so much, thus using Remote Desktop to connect to sysrtems with driver in use for programs like iProfiler will cause the audio connection to the application to break in favor of sending the audio to the remote client. Fortunately this is pretty easy to fix by setting some parameters in Remote Desktop before making the connection.
Remote Desktop ServerEnable Remote Desktop Connections on the target computer.
By default, any users in the Administrators group for the computer automatically will be able to make a remote connection now.
Remote Desktop Connection
The way to connect to a computer is with the Remote Desktop Connection application. This app is a part of all Windows versions since Windows XP.
To connect to a computer with the IP driver, it is necessary to have the Remote audio playback feature set to "Play on remote computer." This can be found under the Remote Audio Settings under the Local Settings tab.
Here are default file contents:
screen mode id:i:1
connect to console:i:1
Change the IP address to the destination and then save this text file with a .RDP extension.
The window size can be adjusted to taste as needed. Their is also a configuration to access the console session of a server which is good for administering Pathfinder Server login sessions. This file will work with both the Windows client application and Mac OS X Remote Desktop.