List local accounts, their SIDs and password metadata from the Windows command-prompt (CMD.exe)

wmic useraccount WHERE "LocalAccount=1" GET Name,Disabled,Lockout,PasswordChangeable,PasswordExpires,PasswordRequired,SID
List local accounts and their SIDs (*-500 is the original local Administrator, *-501 is the original local Guest, more below). This is helpful in identifying local accounts that are not disabled, don't have an expiring password, etc. Well-Known SIDs
Sample Output
Disabled  Lockout  Name                  PasswordChangeable  PasswordExpires  PasswordRequired  SID
FALSE     FALSE    Administrator         TRUE                TRUE             TRUE              S-1-5-21-0000000000-0000000000-000000000-1001
FALSE     FALSE    Admin                TRUE                TRUE             TRUE              S-1-5-21-0000000000-0000000000-000000000-500
TRUE      FALSE    Guest                 FALSE               FALSE            FALSE             S-1-5-21-0000000000-0000000000-000000000-501
FALSE     FALSE    TimmyTemp             TRUE                TRUE             TRUE              S-1-5-21-0000000000-0000000000-000000000-1003
FALSE     FALSE    DavidFoo              TRUE                TRUE             TRUE              S-1-5-21-0000000000-0000000000-000000000-1004

By: Xeleema
2015-12-29 18:01:42

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