'procdump.exe' is not recognized as an internal or external command using xfreerdp

Hello, I’m trying to do the exercises proposed by the “Windows privilege escalation” module. I usually use the following command to connect to the Windows environment:
xfreerdp /v:IP_ADDRESS /u:USERNAME, then I type the password and the freerdp window opens. My problem is that when I try to use .exe files such as procdump.exe, the machine gives me the following error:

‘procdump.exe’ is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.

I think that this is due to the fact that procdump.exe isn’t installed and the problem is that I can’t download it because there is no internet connection. Any suggestions?

Is it a path issue? If procdump isn’t on the path environmental variable, then you will need to provide the full directory path to reach it.

Thanks for your answer @NightWolf56 , the problem is that when I search for procdump on the Windows machine (I did it using the GUI and cmd), procdump.exe doesn’t seem to be on it, so I’m not able to provide the full directory path and I don’t know how to download the exe since there is no Internet connection. Moreover, this problems occurs also with other exe files… I don’t know what I’ doing wrong…

Which academy module is this for?

bro, you can COPY file in pwbox in right click PASTE in xfreerdp session.
I recommended learn File Transfer Module to know how to move files with “no internet” connections :slight_smile:

Windows privilege escalation

There should be more than one way to go about what you need to do.