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How can I turn a local user into an administrator via the PowerShell command line?


How can I turn a local user into an administrator via the PowerShell command line?

By : David Gómez
Date : November 29 2020, 09:01 AM
I think the issue was by ths following , I had a similar need once, except mine was to remove local admin rights. This was the core of what worked for me.... Since your new, make sure to predefine your variables for Domain name, Host name, and User. Hope this helps!
code :
    $AdminGroup = [ADSI]"WinNT://$HostName/Administrators,group"
    $InUser = [ADSI]"WinNT://$DomainName/$User,user"
    $Admingroup.Add($InUser.Path)


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How to turn off ".\" in powershell when execute local command?

How to turn off ".\" in powershell when execute local command?


By : user2817982
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this one helps. .is the current directory and \is the path separator. That means .\foo is the relative path to the foo program.
If .is not included in your PATH environment variable, you have to specify it as above. To avoid that, you could add . to your PATH variable. But as a rule of thumb, never do so, since it leads to security risks. Better use .\foo or even better provide the absolute path.
PowerShell: Create local user account on target machine without beeing administrator

PowerShell: Create local user account on target machine without beeing administrator


By : Marcius Cayo Daltro
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue Whether you are local or on a remote machine via PowerShell remoting, a non-administrator account can not create new user accounts.
So the problem is not that there is no PowerShell cmdlet to add users, ADSI or net user work just fine, but you have to be an administrator.
I want run PowerShell commands using administrator with normal PowerShell user

I want run PowerShell commands using administrator with normal PowerShell user


By : paresh
Date : December 31 2020, 03:06 AM
With these it helps That is not possible. Allowing that would be a major security issue in Windows.
PowerShell : change local Administrator password

PowerShell : change local Administrator password


By : Andrey Setyaev
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope this helps When I wanted to change local admin password accross all the servers in AD domain I simply used PS remoting which allows pushing even very basic commands from CMD to remote server.
I wrote a short script where I use powershell to obtain info from domain controller and based on certain conditions push command to the servers.
windows run script with local user account from administrator powershell

windows run script with local user account from administrator powershell


By : Funky Money
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you In powershell you can use -Verb RunAs. Now you can use from cmd also and you can directly use it from Powershell also.
CMD:
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