StopProcessCommand Properties

(see also Protected Properties)
 NameDescription
public propertyCommandOrigin  Gets the origin of the command. The command can be invoked within a runspace or it could be an external request (such as invoking the command from the command line). This property is introduced in Windows PowerShell 2.0. (Inherited from InternalCommand)
public propertyCommandRuntime  Gets and sets the command runtime object that controls what happens when the cmdlet writes an object to the pipeline. (Inherited from Cmdlet)
public propertyCurrentPSTransaction  Gets the latest transaction started by running the Start-Transaction cmdlet. This property is introduced in Windows PowerShell 2.0. (Inherited from Cmdlet)
public propertyForceGets and sets the value of the Force parameter of the Stop-Process cmdlet.
public propertyIdGets and sets the value of the Id parameter of the Stop-Process cmdlet.
public propertyInputObject 
public propertyNameGets and sets the value of the Name parameter of the Stop-Process cmdlet.
public propertyPassThruGets and sets the value of the PassThru parameter of the Stop-Process cmdlet.
public propertyStopping  Gets an indicator that the pipeline is stopping. The pipeline can be stopped for numerous reasons, such as when the user has entered the key combination CTRL+C, a terminating error has occurred, the hosting application requested a stop, and so on.  (Inherited from Cmdlet)

  Name Description
protected property SuppliedComputerName  Gets and sets the value of the ComputerName parameter for derived cmdlets. (Inherited from ProcessBaseCommand)


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