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StephenTheTech

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  1. Output ERROR: Description = Invalid query The command completed successfully. This is what the script shows after it is completed, but I am not sure why.....because IT WORKS! Thank you for helping I put way too much time in to that
  2. $user= get-wmiobject -class win32_computersystem | select-object username wmic UserAccount where name=$User set Passwordexpires=true net user $env:USERNAME /logonpasswordchg:yes I typed it wrong that time, this is copy and pasted from Pulseway. My problem isnt with lines 1 and 2....line 3 is broke, more specifically the username variable is broke
  3. I have been beating my head against this for a while. I can these commands locally and they work fine, but when I use Pulseway they throw errors on the variable for the username. I have tried running all in one script from powershell and I have broke it up in to two scripts the first 2 line being in powershell (which works as intended) and the second line in batch (also tried running manually from terminal). Im sure there is something small I am doing wrong and I would appreciate the help, thanks $user= get-wmiobject-class win32_computersystem | select-object username wmic UserAccount where name=$User set Passwordexpires=true net user $env:USERNAME /logonpasswordchg:yes I dont have a domain for GPO
  4. I would like a script that would allow me to lock the pulseway agent so changes cant be made, without me having to go to each computer to lock it.
  5. This is something I would be interested in also. I would like users to have to change the Local user account password on next reboot.
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