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VBScript to Un-install windows application

I tried to uninstall the windows application exe which is already installed in my system using VBScript. But was not able to Uninstall the exe. Please help me on this. Thanks in advance.

I tried with following code:

Dim oReg, oShell, oFSO
Dim UninstallString, ProductCode
Dim strComputer, colItems, objWMIService, objItem
Dim strKeyPath, subkey, arrSubKeys
strComputer = '.'

'********************************
'Enter Product Code Of The Application Here That You Want To Uninstall within the Bracket
ProductCode = '{XXXXC6BA-0F96-4E3B-BB14-211E2805XXXX}'

'********************************

' Get scripting objects needed throughout script.
Set oShell = CreateObject('WScript.Shell')

'**************************
UninstallString = 'Database Upgrade Utility.exe /X' & ProductCode & ' /qn' & ' /norestart'

Const HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE = &H80000002

Set oReg=GetObject('winmgmts:{impersonationLevel=impersonate}!\' &_
strComputer & ' ootdefault:StdRegProv')

strKeyPath = 'SOFTWAREMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionUninstall'
oReg.EnumKey HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, strKeyPath, arrSubKeys

For Each subkey In arrSubKeys

IF subkey = ProductCode Then
oShell.Run UninstallString, 1, True
End If

Next

Set oShell = Nothing
Set oReg = Nothing


MODIFIED CODE

Dim oReg, oShell, oFSO
Dim UninstallString, ProductCode
Dim strComputer, colItems, objWMIService, objItem
Dim strKeyPath, subkey, arrSubKeys
strComputer = '.'

'********************************
'Enter Product Code Of The Application Here That You Want To Uninstall within the Bracket
ProductCode = '{4AE9C6BA-0F96-4E3B-BB14-211E2805227E}'

'********************************

' Get scripting objects needed throughout script.
Set oShell = CreateObject('WScript.Shell')

'**************************
UninstallString = '''C:Program FilesASCODatabaseUpgradeUtilityASCO Database Upgrade Utility.exe'' /X' & ProductCode & ' /qn /norestart'
'UninstallString = 'ASCO Database Upgrade Utility.exe /X' & ProductCode & ' /qn' & ' /norestart'
InputBox(UninstallString)
Const HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE = &H80000002

Set oReg=GetObject('winmgmts:{impersonationLevel=impersonate}!\' &_
strComputer & ' ootdefault:StdRegProv')

strKeyPath = 'SOFTWAREMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionUninstall'
oReg.EnumKey HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, strKeyPath, arrSubKeys

For Each subkey In arrSubKeys

'IF subkey = ProductCode Then
'.Run UninstallString, 1, True
'End If
IF subkey = ProductCode Then
oShell.Run '%COMSPEC% /k ' & UninstallString, 1, True
End If

Next

Set oShell = Nothing
Set oReg = Nothing


tried the above and the path also trid with out double quotes also but both are not working. Please provide me if any thing that i have to change in the above script.

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