You can read a text file and display its content using get-content cmdlet in PowerShell. Read textfile example Execute the following command on PowerShell with elevated privileges. Get-Content c:\scripts\test.txt This command will display the contents of the file test.txt which is located in c:\scripts\
When you have to generate random passwords for users, you can execute the get-random command let on PowerShell to create it. Generate Random Number get-random -maximum 2000 -minimum 100 This command, when executed on PowerShell, creates a number between 1999 (not 2000 and always set one number higher in maximum) and 100.