I believe you mean RedHat 9.0
If by "running" it you mean logging in, administering, running programs, etc., then yes, that's quite easy. All you need is a secure shell daemon (sshd) which probably comes standard with just about any distribution.
As for getting a graphical interface, there are a number of options available. The only free one I know of is to use Cygwin
, which provides a number of Unix utilities for Windows, among them an XFree86 server, which you will need to run on your Windows machine. Their site explains how to do this (it's called a remote X session).
There are some commercial programs for Windows that do basically the same thing, if you'd rather go that route. Hummingbird
software makes one called Exceed.