SCCM 2012: How to remove/delete a scheduled deployment

I have a few deployments scheduled that have not happened and are not happening. I wanted to remove those deployments so they do not install while the target systems are in a frozen state (Deep Freeze). I cannot figure out where to remove them. I had found it once, but now I cannot figure out where I went to remove deployments.
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Iamthecreator OMIT Admin/EE Solution GuideCommented:
To delete an OSD advertisement, you can't do it from Deployments in Monitoring.  Instead, go to the actual task sequence in the Software Library pane that you want to stop the advertisement for.  Click on it, and at the bottom of the screen you'll see the Deployments tab.  Click on that, then delete the active advertisement/deployment.

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batesitAuthor Commented:
Thanks! That's what I was looking for but couldn't remember where I saw it.
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