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How to change Local Administrator password on all workstations on the Active Directory Domain.

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We have MS Windows 2000 Active Directory domain and we want to change local administrator “password” on all of our workstations on our domain. Can this be done by using Group Policy in active Directory if not is there any other efficient way to change the password on all of our workstations only. NOT SERVERS.

I need to get this done ASAP. Please help. Thank you in advance.
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