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How do I unlock a user account from command line prompt?

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Assuming I am a domain administrator, how can I see and unlock a user account in my domain by means of Windows command line either in CMD shell or in PowerShell?
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"net user" will show you all the current users and "net user USERNAME /active:yes" will activate it. More user account commands can be by running "net help user"

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"/domain" switch is essential.
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