Commandline set User Password to never expire

Hi, I was wondering if anyone knew a command to set local user's account's password to never expire.

This can be easily done through GUI by using a check-box, but that is not easy to script (have to use autokey and stuff...).

"net user" seems to allow the account to never expire, but I don't see an option to have the password set to never expire.

Thanks,
RMSe17
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  1. Check here for related information.. hope you find something usefull.
    http://ss64.com/nt/net_useradmin.html
    http://ss64.com/nt/
  2. Just go there paste the code in a vb script and fire the script
    it worked great for me i was search for a way to tick that damn option for several users

    http://tinyurl.com/9ba9tna
  3. Why not just go into the local policy editor and set the "maximum password age" to zero. This will prevent all passwords from expiring.
  4. net user youruername /expires:never
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