Stop robocopy launched by .bat

I'm using Server 2003 and robocopy launched by a bat file called by the scheduler. I would like to be able to gracefully halt robocopy from a remote desktop. Is there a means to do this?

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Bradley FoxLAN/WAN Systems AdministratorCommented:
Since it's just a copy you should be able to just halt the task from the task scheduler.  Right click and end task.

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dnicksicAuthor Commented:
Ok, that really is the winning answer, but let me push the envelope here; what about a robocopy that I've launched via a bat file in the cmd window, is there a graceful way to stop it from a remote desktop?
You can just end the robocopy task as long s you have administrator privledges and can see all tasks from all users.  You could use pskill.exe.
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