How to list Background Jobs in PowerShell

PowerShell jobs are created using Start-Job PowerShell cmdlet. To get all jobs and their status use the Get-Job PowerShell cmdlet.

  • Get-Job

The command gets the jobs in the current PowerShell session. The output includes a background job, a remote job and several instances of a scheduled job. 

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