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Remove-RDPersonalVirtualDesktopPatchSchedule



This is the built-in help made by Microsoft for the command 'Remove-RDPersonalVirtualDesktopPatchSchedule', in PowerShell version 5 - as retrieved from Windows version 'Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard' PowerShell help files on 2016-06-23.

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SYNOPSIS

Removes a patch schedule from a personal virtual desktop.

SYNTAX


Remove-RDPersonalVirtualDesktopPatchSchedule [[-VirtualDesktopName] <String>] [[-ID] <String>] [[-ConnectionBroker] <String>] [-Force] [-Confirm] [-WhatIf]
[<CommonParameters>]



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DESCRIPTION


The Remove-RDPersonalVirtualDesktopPatchSchedule cmdlet removes a patch schedule from a personal virtual desktop.



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RELATED LINKS

Online Version: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=294245
Get-RDPersonalVirtualDesktopPatchSchedule
Set-RDPersonalVirtualDesktopPatchSchedule
New-RDPersonalVirtualDesktopPatchSchedule

REMARKS

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Examples


Example 1: Remove a patch schedule by using an ID

PS C:\> Remove-RDPersonalVirtualDesktopPatchSchedule -ID "{58E69A71-AFC9-49A6-81B9-494DA20216AC}"



This command removes the path schedule that has the ID "58E69A71-AFC9-49A6-81B9-494DA20216AC" from the local computer.




Example 2: Remove a patch schedule without a confirmation prompt

PS C:\> Remove-RDPersonalVirtualDesktopPatchSchedule -ID "{58E69A71-AFC9-49A6-81B9-494DA20216AC}" -Force



This command removes the path schedule that has the ID "58E69A71-AFC9-49A6-81B9-494DA20216AC" from the local computer. The Force parameter specifies that the server removes
the patch schedule without prompting you for confirmation.