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Create a administrator account with a random password?

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Create a administrator account with a random password? The password must then be mailed , how can I do that?
 

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What you have tried so far? Searching the forum will return a lot of threads ;)


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I already nageken the forums but I see nothing in front

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How about this to send a mail?

 


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Cvcorv,

And why would you want to create an admin account with a random password that you then need to email somewhere?

M23

P.S. And the explanation had best be a very good one.


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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

@Cvcorv

Just to weigh in, there is an MS article out there which details the uses for this. Up until recently it could be done with a Group Policy preference for highly secure environments, but with MS14-025 Microsoft disabled the ability to do so. Along with this, however, they did provide a PS script to accomplish the same. There is a very narrow set of circumstances that would necessitate this, I would suggest you read both articles to ensure you fit the profile. I have had to enable this for a few customers, but only for a few. It also does not support sending by email; each encrypted password would be saved to a likewise-encrypted "master file".

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2962486 - removal of Group Policy Preference, and PS alternative

http://www.grouppolicy.biz/2014/05/set-local-administrator-account-random-password/ - Usage of the PS script

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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

As far as I know, you can edit SPAM entries to add user accounts and unlock password as many as you can.

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#8 ·  Posted

Care to explain further @midtownbs? I fail to see how your statement adds anything to what the OP is trying to do (or was, over a year ago).


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#9 ·  Posted (edited)

I am sure some smart-ass will chime in with a "great product" you really need to "fix" this.

Jos

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