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nice stuff, thanks… 🙂
To get around the “more than 14 characters” warning, just add a “/y” switch:
net user longpass 12345678901234567890 /add /y
I remembered this from somewhere far, far back in my mind. I don’t know if this is documented for the “net” command but it works on XP. The “/y” switch is, for example, documented for “copy” where it suppresses the “overwrite” confirmation. Whenever some Windows command asks for confirmation, I try with “/y” and it usually works – at least some consistency 😉