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I need a way to stop all running jobs and runbooks on the System Center Orchestrator preferably via SQL

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I need a way to stop all running jobs and runbooks on the System Center Orchestrator preferably via SQL.
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powershell something along the line of


Get-SCOJob | Stop-SCOJob -force
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Where do I get these cmdlets or if they are already in a module on the Orchestrator server, what module do I load to use them?
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Seems like all the CMDlets are here:
https://scorch.codeplex.com/releases/view/107858
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