Assuming virt-manager is installed on the KVM server.
It would not be, that would not make sense. LOL
That would be different in every way. That's not virt-manager on Windows, that's just remoting into a remote system. If we had a GUI on there, we'd just use MeshCentral.
What's preventing you from using a headless GUI? I was doing that **** in the mid 90s on IRIX, what's changed that it wouldn't work now?
Other than it's a really poor way to do things? What's wrong with wanting a good solution? We have a good solution on Linux, talking over an API. It is very efficient. Doing remote desktops to many machines is 1) ridiculous 2) insanely inefficient 3) a different result - how would you see all those systems in the same GUI?