How to change windows server’s administrator(user) password via command line – cmd option

Hi all, It’s about windows. Here is a simple way to reset the user (Admin also) password via the CMD (command line).
Let’s dash….

Command:

net user administrator $pass

Where, replace $pass with your own new password.

Step I : Connect to your server via RDP client as ADMIN.
Step II : Click on start button, then search CMD and enter.
Step III : execute the above command here, see the sample below:

cmd

That’s it! 🙂

 

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