command to Change windows password

madmatt

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There isn't a way to do this via command line. The net user command can only be used to add or delete users. This has been done for a reason, security reasons. You can use CTRL+ALT+DEL to change the password or Computer Management (compmgmt.msc).
 

Mastershakes

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I didn't know it existed either, your comment made total sense.

I'm GUI happy admin anyways ;) Use command line to add servers to domains, that's about it.

:)
 

fitz

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things are so much quicker if you know the command line though.. between that and batch/vbscript, I cut down my routine workloads as much as I can..

edit: I shold say, "things are usually so much quicker.." I know sometimes, the command line can take longer..
 

kcnychief

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edit: I shold say, "things are usually so much quicker.." I know sometimes, the command line can take longer..
Not if you NEVER reboot and NEVER close the CMD window, you can keep using the up and down arrows to repeat commands :p
 

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