How can I create a strong password with a command line?

There are many ways to create a strong and eight-character password, but probably not many people think that one possible solution is the Windows command line. But it is; it only works if you have administrator-level privileges. The password can be generated by the command “net user [User name] /random”; of course, the [User name] must be replaced by the name of the account you are using.

The system will display the strong password in a response message. It is crucial to write down the password because the previous command generates the password and sets it so that the next time the machine is booted, the new password will be available.

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