How to screen share with xfce desktop

Hi I need to know how I can screen share/RDP to my fedora system with the xfce desktop.

I want to have a dual monitor setup, but something seems to be wrong with my graphics card and the Display Port seems to be defective or something so I can’t physically connect a second monitor to my computer.

Instead I would like to create a virtual display and screen share to a laptop that I connect to my second monitor to enable dual monitors.

I found how to create a virtual display, but I can’t find how to screen share on xfce with fedora.
How can I screen share on fedora using the xfce desktop?

I don’t know how to do it with xfce, but gnome can configure it right in the settings panel.

I am aware of that, but I don’t use gnome.

I did some looking and I found a package called vino that I saw was able to allow screen share from xfce, but if I try to search for it using “dnf search vino” I dont get any results.

EDIT: just checked and found out that gnome-remote-desktop replaced vino. So now the question is: can I configure gnome-remote-desktop from a terminal?

I saw somewhere online someone using vino on xfce and if gnome-remote-desktop replaced vino it might still work for me, but I need to know if there is a way to configure it from a terminal as xfce will not have a gnome settings panel to configure it with.