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Scheduled Tasks Change Passwords Regardless of Account

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I need a script/batch to change the passwords on scheduled tasks based on their names.
For instance one is called NSNT.  Can you give me examples how this can be done?
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You can do this using a schtasks command like the one below.  


schtasks /change /S computername /tn NSNT /RP newpassword

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