I have found similar questions but not one that's exactly what i'm looking for. Hoping someone can give me a hand as i'm not very familiar with Powershell. We have a group of computers. In the past we've run into issues where we need a remote user to be able to logon as administrator, but we don't want to give them our actual admin account credentials for obvious reasons. Going forth we can add a new admin user on the laptops so it's availble, but for the ones already out there, is there a quick powershell command i can run from my desk, against a hostfilelist maybe, that will connect to each machine and add a new local user named "remoteadmin" and set it as an administrator? This would be very handy in the future so they would have a way to logon (once we gave them the pwd) but we'd still be protecting the rest of our systems here at the office. Thanks!