The only option I have is to somehow lift the sudo files off an existing server and move across.
Not advisable...the installed package - as with any other package by the way - has a conf file that is tuned in to the local platform, very rarely is a copy-n-paste of a package possible, and even then, a tweak of the conf file imposes itself.
If you dont have any access from the outside (root wise that is) the only option is to gain physical access to the box and installing sudo there.
As a humble word of advice: test this kind of installs on a physically accessible box (the LAN for example) before rolling out...
By the way, to locate anything (well, most of the stuff anyway) use "which
" - like so:
that should give you the location of the executable, not the sattelite files as such (conf file, drivers, shared libs, stuff)...