I have a program I need to run several sessions of at a time so I am looking at scripting it to open and log on to each one. For the exe I have the syntax but don't want to use my password in a unencrypted format.
It would look something like this
appsRUS.exe -b servername1 -u domain\myaccount -p compootersarecool
I need to make the -p part encrypted and not use plain text in a script.
There's no safe way in batch, sorry, You can obfuscate it, but everybody who knows a little bit about batch will be able to retrieve the password.
You can use the Powershell script below; it allows you
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