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From: mick at pauldotcom.com (Michael Douglas)
Date: Wed, 10 Jun 2009 20:55:59 -0400
If you're an admin, you should be able to force the wmic check to
happen in the scope of another user.
wmic /user:"domain\user" netlogin get passwordexpires
(note you'll likely need to keep the quotes in the line above. wmic is
very picky about global flag values.)
I believe this will work... But I'm not VPNed into my lab at work
right now to test and see. Please let us know if this works as you
wanted it to.
My answers might be wrong, but they're FAST! ;-)
On Wed, Jun 10, 2009 at 4:29 PM, Kennith Asher<herrasher at gmail.com> wrote:
Hey all you WMIC gurus out there.? I'm trying to find a straightforward
means of identifying when a domain user's password will expire.? Is there a
modifier or switch I can set to bring back password expiry for another
I know I can use:
Wmic netlogin get passwordexpires
to find when my password expires, can this be done for another domain user?
Assume I have admin privileges.
Oh, and just so that we're clear here, this is for the domain we use at
work, I am doing this on behalf of a user I support.
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