13 Comments

  1. Mohan

    /expire:never not working.

  2. Nideesh vv

    how we can change administrator password in windows 8 through CMD line??

  3. Chris Robertson

    Have you tried the command with windows 7? It work on 8 for me.

  4. Marcel Stürtz

    /expire:never is for the account, not the password. Use “wmic useraccount where “Name=”” set PasswordExpires=False” instead!

  5. BigRedEO

    I am currently the Administrator for about 300 Windows 7 PCs all over the country. I want to know if there’s a way to find out what the passwords are for all the user accounts when I am logged in as “Administrator” via SSH – it is the only option I have for logging on remotely, so I need a Command Line command that would do this. Is that possible?

  6. Talib alam

    Not working on windows 7

  7. Ich2222

    Nope. You can only change the password, not see it.

  8. Ich2222

    It works. At least for me.

  9. AMB

    I have disabled the system administrator user account from another user account .. now I cannot access the administrator account .. and when I logout the administrator account is disappeared ..
    I tried to go to command prompt and do following:
    c:windowssystem32net user administrator active:yes
    but it did not work .. my system administrator is disabled and cannot be accessed ..
    Appreciate if you could guide me on how to re-enable system administrator account ..
    Thanks,
    AMB

  10. Frank Woolsey

    try /active:yes

  11. Laconia Davis

    JAMES LACONIA DAVIS BADGE# 82 FR 32345 0037 SSN# 446-92-8829 I WANT EVERY SITELLITE SATELLITE TO CREATE ME A LACONIA ETERNAL WORLDWIDE WEBSITE NOW FIX IT..

  12. Mezulari Veritas

    How can the administrator reset a user PIN in windows 10

  13. Rikki Vedder

    Reset password then add new PIN

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