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If you are managing multiple user accounts, it can be tedious and time-consuming to change passwords for each user. Fortunately, you can use PowerShell scripts to bulk change the passwords of multiple user accounts. This post will show you how to write a PowerShell script to bulk change passwords for users.
A PowerShell script to bulk change passwords for users is relatively simple. It needs to be set up to pass three parameters – the user’s account name, the password, and the location of the user’s profile. The script will then iterate through each of the user accounts and reset the password for each user based on the parameters. Below is an example of the PowerShell script:
Bulk Change Password for Users
Get the Users
Loop through each user
By using this script, administrators can quickly change the passwords for multiple user accounts. This saves administrators time and effort, increases the security of user accounts, and helps make sure user accounts are not left with weak or default passwords.