Can you elaborate more on what you mean by "through a remotely"? What do you mean any way to invoke?
If you just need JIRACLI from a remote server (not the same server as your JIRA) to communicate to your JIRA Instance, read Nic's explanation.
If you need to "invoke/call/execute" the JIRACLI tool that is located in a remote server, it's just like calling any other script remotely, nothing special.
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