Hey, Scripting Guy! I enjoyed your article yesterday about creating a local user account. However, for my purposes I need to be able to create more than one user. Also I would like to be able to assign values to attributes such as the description.
Hey, Scripting Guy! We have an application that runs on our local computers. It is a rather old application, and of course it is mission critical. Because this application is not Active Directory integrated, it means that I need to create a local user account on every computer that is going to run this particular application.
Hey, Scripting Guy! How can I use Windows PowerShell to determine if a specified local user account exists on a computer?— MM
Hey, MM. Have you ever heard the expression “good things come to those who wait”? Well, to tell you the truth,
Hey, Scripting Guy! How can I delete all the users whose name starts with GER/ad_ from the local Administrators group on a computer?— ID
Hey, ID. It’s a Friday as the Scripting Guy who writes this column writes this column. Usually Fridays are a very sad day for this Scripting Guy: after all,
Hey, Scripting Guy! How can I get a list of all the local users who have an expiring password?— JM
Hey, JM. Thanks for the question. Before we answer it, however, we have a question for you: you don’t by any chance have any spare dice lying around,