FreeRDP is an open-source implementation of the Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP), which is developed by Microsoft. It allows users to connect to and interact with remote Windows systems over a network connection. FreeRDP is widely used in the Linux community to establish remote desktop connections to Windows machines, offering a way to access Windows applications and desktop environments from within a Linux environment.
xfreerdp is a graphical client application provided by the FreeRDP project. It is designed to be used in Linux environments and provides a user-friendly interface for connecting to remote Windows systems via RDP. The "x" in "xfreerdp" stands for "X Window System," which is the graphical system used in most Linux distributions. This means that xfreerdp leverages the X Window System to display the remote Windows desktop on the local Linux machine.
- xfreerdp /v:192.168.0.1 /u:username /pth:<NT_HASH>
- xfreerdp /u:WANDA_RAMSEY /pth:12afe378bb20ba3eb14244b89560284e /d:vk9-sec /v:192.168.0.110
Due to account access restrictions, I couldn’t log in but I managed to authenticate.