Running Office 2013 on Remote Desktop, Server 2012

I just set up a server, and purchased Office 2013 Home & Business from my supplier, who though it would run over Remote Desktop fine.  It runs on the server, but of course when you try to run, say, Word 2013 over a remote desktop connection you get an error saying that it "cannot be used on a computer running terminal services".

This server will actually run only 1 to 2 users.  Each workstation is already running Office.  What is the easiest/cheapest way out of this dilemma?

Dave
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Cliff GaliherCommented:
You have to purchase office via volume licensing and install that version to run over remote desktop. Full stop. That's the only legal way.
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Wayne88Commented:
Agree with Cliff.
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