The Stop-SCJob cmdlet stops one or more System Center Virtual Machine Manager (VMM) jobs that are running, and returns the object for each job in a stopped state. If the VMM job is not currently running, this cmdlet has no effect.
For more information about Stop-SCJob, type: "Get-Help Stop-SCJob -online".
Accept Pipeline Input?
Specifies a VMM job object.
Requires a VMM job object, which can be retrieved by using the Get-SCJob cmdlet.
The first command gets all VMM job objects, passes each job object to the "where" filter to select only the jobs that are currently running, and stores the objects in the $Job object array.
The second command passes each object in $Job to the Stop-Job cmdlet, which stops each running job.
The first command gets all VMM job objects and, from the results, selects only the job on VM01 identified by job ID cb3a0f0a-9fbc-4bd0-a999-3fae8cd77177, and then stores thie object in the $Job variable.
The second command stops the job and returns the stopped job object to the user.