Change local username and password via Group Policy

Deploying an account is a common activity for Windows administrators, the next most frequent task is changing existing accounts.

Windows administrators have many approaches to addressing the local administrator user account. Default installations provide Windows servers with a username called Administrator, and I have been asked many times about what to do with this username. Common configuration options are to leave the username as-is with a complex password, disable it, rename it, and remove it.


Read the entire post at the Servers and Storage blog at TechRepublic.


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