troubleshooting Question

Set Group Policy Object with Powershell? (Default Domain Policy->Computer Configuration)

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PowershellWindows Server 2012Active DirectoryIT AdministrationScripting Languages
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Let this serve as en example.

I want to set the parameter Account lockout threshold in the picture below with Powershell.

Please provide easy to read examples!

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