rsetup manages user name and password entries
in the 7/2008R2/8/2012/10/2016 LSA database.
You can add, delete, and query entries in the database.
When neither the
Using rsetup to access the LSA database requires advanced privileges and permissions. If you do not have such privileges, rsetup attempts to use a service to gain access. First, rsetup tries accessing the database with rshd. If this fails (for example, rshd is not locally installed and running), rsetup then tries accessing the database with mksauth.
deletes the current user from the LSA database.
specifies the password for the current user. When no password is specified, you are prompted for one.
queries the LSA database for the existence of a valid password entry for the current user.
specifies the user name for which you want to manage associated LSA database entries.
When this option is omitted, rsetup manages LSA database entries associated with the current user.
Possible exit status values are:
Windows 7. Windows Server 2008 R2. Windows 8. Windows Server 2012. Windows 10. Windows Server 2016.
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