I am not very used with configuring those equipment. I am only doing technical support as a job
But on a general point of view, i think it is pretty basic, what want to do.
First, i would configure the client side. In properties, on "My computer", somewhere in the advanded tab, you can play with who has access by rdp to the said computer. Just configure that to be sure it is not the problem (by default, it is disabled i think, or restricted.)
To try if it work, you can open Remote Desktop on the second computer and try to connect on your machine. Watch about firewalls. When your computers can RDP each other, i would get into the laptops. If there are gonna be on the Outside, install and configure a VPN on your router (can be tricky), and on your laptops configure the vpn client,, then simply RDP the shi* out. But if you are on the same network (simpler)(and if you ping that said computer), you should be able to RDP without big problems.
But all in all, i can do that without precise router configurations (i am doing it at home and i do not remember to had configure anything precise on the router). Now, i do not know how your office is set up... Beside the principle, i do not think i can help more than that. Sorry for you big hope
All in all, when you are wireless/wired with your laptop, can you "Ping" your said computers ?
If so, i do not think you got to change anything in the router.
If not, maybe the rules between wireless/wired that make em to not talk together. This is a router configuration in this case.
And if you are both wired, but still can't ping with your pcs... Idk but this is your router maybe ! Dhcp or idk. See in ipconfig if you are in the same ip range than the computers.
Hit me back with some news ! I will probably read it later on. And sorry if i do not give anything you did not know XDEdited by Jamar2013 - 3/28/13 at 12:37pm