Pseudo and random Password creator with Powershell

Changing Password soon? Because sometimes we are just too lazy to create one, so let Powershell do it for you

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My name is Jose Ortega, and I’m a Microsoft Certified Professional🎆 on Office 365, Powershell, Messaging (Exchange Online/Exchange On-premises), and Windows Server. I’ve been working with…

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Powershell Expert | Office365 Ambassador | MS Certified Pro | Awarded in Experts-Exchange | Twitter: j0rt3g4 YT: j0rtIT

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Powershell Expert | Office365 Ambassador | MS Certified Pro | Awarded in Experts-Exchange | Twitter: j0rt3g4 YT: j0rtIT

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