The windows job will only execute/trigger a command
(eg: run *.bat, start an exe file etc) and it does not get the PID back from the process it triggered.
Because of this, it will not abort the process it triggered if the windows job gets cancelled.
A workaround would be to have a script or job (in this case, windows job) that will kill the executable if JOBS.*** is cancelled (status <> ANY OK).
In the Post-Process tab of the job, you can activate the script/job that will kill the process:
:set &act# = activate_uc_object(JOBS.WIN.TASKKILL)
Below is a sample command that is in JOBS.WIN.TASKKILL that will abort Chrome.exe if JOBS.*** is cancelled.
taskkill /F /IM chrome.exe