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Kill A Process With A Specific Command Line From The Command-Line In Windows

You learn something new every day!

After a bit of wrestling with windows’ tasklist and taskkill tools, I finally took to the fabulous interweb and came up with this, viz:

wmic Path win32_process Where "Caption Like '%java.exe%' AND CommandLine Like '%groovy.home%'" Call Terminate

I knew about WMIC, but I didn’t appreciate how versatile it actually was.

I do now!

PS: I also appreciate the PowerShell version so I guess that makes two things I have learned today.

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