SQL Server Agent statement that will disable (or enable) the specified jobs by name or category.

if OBJECT_ID('tempdb..#disable_jobs') is not null
    begin
        drop table #disable_jobs;
    end;

--
-- Store jobs in temp table:
create table #disable_jobs (disable_job_name sysname not null);

-- --------------------------
-- by name (option 1)
-- --------------------------
insert into #disable_jobs
select J.name
from msdb..sysjobs as J
inner join msdb..syscategories as C
    on J.category_id = C.category_id
where J.name like N'%<JOB_NAME>%'; -- Replace "<JOB_NAME>" with your Job Name

-- --------------------------
-- or by category (option 2)
-- --------------------------
insert into #disable_jobs
select J.name
from msdb..sysjobs as J
inner join msdb..syscategories as C
    on J.category_id = C.category_id
where C.name = N'<JOB_CATEGORY_NAME>'; -- Replace "<JOB_CATEGORY_NAME>" with your Job Name

--
-- Iterate over jobs, disabling each one in the temp table:
declare @job_name sysname;
declare @job_id uniqueidentifier;

declare disable_jobs cursor
    for select disable_job_name from #disable_jobs;

set @job_id = null;

open disable_jobs;
fetch next from disable_jobs into @job_name;
while @@FETCH_STATUS = 0
    begin
        exec msdb..sp_verify_job_identifiers
            '@job_name',
            '@job_id',
            @job_name output,
            @job_id output;

        print N'Disabling Job '''+cast(@job_name as nvarchar(255))+'''';
        exec msdb..sp_update_job
            @job_id,
            @enabled = 0; -- 0 = disabled, 1 = enabled

        set @job_id = null;

        fetch next from disable_jobs into @job_name;
    end;
close disable_jobs;
deallocate disable_jobs;

if OBJECT_ID('tempdb..#disable_jobs') is not null
    begin
        drop table #disable_jobs;
    end;