How to stop an SQL Maintenance Plan

I started an on demand backup of a test database to a network share just to see if it would work.  I know now that it will not but I would like to kill the  task.  What is the best way to do this.
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It will time out by itself after a short while so nothing needs to be done?

Otherwise, you can run this to check what is running

sp_who2 active

And if you see the SPID doing a "backup" action, you can kill it using

kill 56

(if 56 is the process doing the backup)

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