So I am trying to make my main desktop be able to reboot right into the desktop without asking for a password, but I still want to be secure when I'm accessing it remotely. No one is ever going to physically touch my PC except me, but security is security dealing with Remote Desktop. Anyone have any ideas?
In order to make RDP work you MUST have a password for that account's login.
But you can still accomplish both things you want. By doing this
From now on, when your PC starts up, Windows 7 will log on automatically.
Windows can be configured to autologin to an account with a password. But this requires that you store the un-encrypted/un-hashed version of your password in the registry, so it is a bit of a security weakness. The values you set got at the following registry locations.