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What is simple process to change all workstation local admin password.

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I want to change the all workstation local admin password in domain machine are win7 win xp.
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You can use PowerShell Script to accomplish this.

Below is the link which has the script.

http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/winserverpowershell/thread/7a523c23-57bb-4802-9ed3-1e9379d0b9ff/

You need to create a list of windows 7 systems in .txt file and call that file using get-content commandlet.

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-Prashant Girenanvar.
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thank you experts.
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