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pass username and password in batch file

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pass username and password in batch file

I have this Script that adds a printer on each computer listed on text file , then at the end it calls a powershell, printer.ps1 that enables on the printer the option "Print Directly to printer"

Everything works fine.
I would like to run the script from my computer which is joined to the Domain against the computers listed on the text file which are not joined to the domain. So I need to pass username and password on this script ..the remote computers all have the same local Administrator account and password of Pass2020.

@echo off
setlocal
for /f %%a in (CompPrinterConf.txt) do (
@echo starting pnpport on %%a

 cscript.exe "C:\windows\system32\Printing_Admin_Scripts\en-US\prnport.vbs" -a  -s %%a -r "AAAA" -h hostname -o raw -n 9100
@echo Waiting 5 seconds
timeout 5
@echo starting setting MyPrinter on %%a
cscript C:\Windows\System32\Printing_Admin_Scripts\en-US\prnmngr.vbs -a  -p "XXXX-YYYY" -m "HP Universal Printing PCL 6" -r "AAAA"  -s %%a
REM Not really needed, because the script will continue with the next machine
REM timeout 5


)
@echo starting powershell
PowerShell.exe -ExecutionPolicy Bypass -Command  c:\Scripts\printer.ps1
REM timeout 5
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