The command: "SCHTASKS /End /?" is on Windows 11, 10, .. available
This command ends a process named YourProgram.exe. The `/F`
parameter forces the process to terminate immediately.
The `SCHTASKS /End`
command is actually used to end a running scheduled task. Here are examples of usage:
Example 1: Ending a scheduled task on the local computer:
SCHTASKS /End /TN "MyTask"
This command ends the scheduled task named MyTask on the local computer.
Example 2: Ending a scheduled task on a remote computer:
SCHTASKS /End /S "RemoteComputer" /U "Username" /P "Password" /TN "MyTask"
This command terminates the scheduled task named "MyTask"
on the remote computer "RemoteComputer"
using the specified credentials (`Username`
- The `/TN`
parameter is used to specify the task path or task name. Replace "MyTask"
with the actual name or path of your scheduled task.
- The `/S`
parameter is used to specify the remote computer. Replace "RemoteComputer"
with the actual name or IP address of the remote computer.
- The `/U`
parameters are used to specify the credentials for running on a remote computer.
These examples are intended to give you an idea of ??how the `SCHTASKS /End`
command can be used in different scenarios. Depending on your specific requirements, the parameters may vary. Use `SCHTASKS/?`
for a complete list of options and parameters. Note that stopping a scheduled task can have an immediate impact, so you should ensure that the task is configured correctly.
If you want to kill a scheduled task, you can use the `taskkill`
command instead. Here is an example:
taskkill /F /IM "YourProgram.exe"