Hello, you should run
and that will give you a list of all the possible arguments you can run. But I'll give you a couple examples of basic remote desktop....
This will give you a window that is not quite full screen...
rdesktop -a 24 -g 93% 192.168.0.130
This next will will give you a full screen..You can use Alt+Enter (I think? I can't remember and don't have a win machine to test) to escape full screen.
rdesktop -a 24 -f 192.168.0.130
The -a 24 uses 24 bit colour depth...Gives you a little better picture than not using it. There are many more options as you will see when you run --help, like pass the remote sound to your local machine, export shares, etc....But this will get you going for accessing your computer.
Hope this helps.