Microsoft Local Administrator Password Solution (LAPS): Changing Password for multiple local admin accounts

Kind greetings.

I have downloaded and successfully installed LAPS (https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=46899).  I am also able to successfully change the password for one of our local admin accounts using Group Policy.  Now, I need to configure LAPS to also change other local admin passwords.  For example, if a domain joined computer has TWO local admin accounts, I want to be able to change both "localadmin1" and "localadmin2."  Unfortunately, I am not sure how to accomplish this as I do not see how to add another account in the GPO.  Ideas?
arkhaminmate11nAsked:
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ASGTechSupportCommented:
You may need two Group Polices to accomplish changing the password for two local admin accounts, one for each name. I have not tested this, but there is a GP setting to identify the Administrator Account by name.
Computer Configuration > Policies > Administrative Template > LAPS: "Name of administrator account to manage"
Enable, and specify the name. I hope that works!
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arkhaminmate11nAuthor Commented:
Thanks.  I was not sure if this was the recommended method of securing/changing passwords for multiple local accounts.  Does anyone else know if using the method (outlined above) is the recommend method?
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