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How to change user password using command line

In a case you want to a user password using command line, you can do net user user_name * /domain, for example net user blin * /chicagotech.net. You will be prompted to type a password for the user. You should type the new password (not the existing password). You will be asked  to retype the password to confirm.

If you wan to change the user password using batch file, you can include the password in the batch file, for example, net user blin ms-mvp /chicagotech.net. This will change the password without prompting you for manual entry.

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