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How to kill all running Outlook.exe's via script/batch file

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I'm dealing with a computer-illiterate group of end users who sometimes get multiple outlook.exe processes running and break the custom app.  Going into task manager on XP and checking the processes confuses them.  How can I create a file they can run that will close all outlook.exe processes that are open, no matter if there is one of multiple processes?
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    Why dont you use this utility
    http://www.sysinternals.com/ntw2k/freeware/pskill.shtml
    and kill the processes

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    by:sunray_2003
    This should give you an idea how to kill multiple duplicate process

    http:Q_20514516.html

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    by:fuze44
    pskill is a great program.  I love being able to kill by process name instead of PID.  Thank you.
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