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You might first see whether just fair-queue is sufficient, e.g.
service-policy output sample
If not, then you can try this generic policy, but you'll need to match your RDP (which might use ACL and/or NBAR).
class-map match-any foreground
priority percent 30
bandwidth remaining percent 89
bandwdith remaining percent 1
bandwidth remaining percent 9
In sample2, be very careful what traffic you match for real-time and foreground. Such traffic shouldn't be very bandwidth demanding, and it shouldn't be delayed relative to other traffic. The background class might be used for non-time-critical bulk data transfers, e.g. FTP. Basically, most traffic will continue to use class-default except when you need or desire to prioritize or deprioritize.
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