Teamviewer Versus VPN For Client Support?

What are the pros and cons of this for support? Not factoring in customer remote access requirements.

Teamviewer is $40 a month with unlimited endpoints. Setting up a VPN would be much more costly.

The goal would be to log in, scan the network for cameras, down radio links, etc

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