Remotely enables local administrator account or any other local account |
This action can enable multiple local Windows accounts on multiple computers at a time. You can use it to temporarily enable local administrator account in bulk without using psexec or batch files.
Local accounts are not always needed in a domain environment. In some cases, you may need to temporarily allow such usage. Action1 can automate enabling of local accounts remotely without using any PowerShell scripts or command line tools. You can use another action called Disable Local User Account Remotely to reverse this action.
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