|OK, through trial and error, I've got the registry keys and the program that accesses them and have integrated them together in a nested FOR /F command.|
However, the resultant key that is given to me which is the uninstall string for the currently installed antivirus, I can't seem to run it using the standard START /D command as the uninstall string contains switches...
"C:\program files (x86)\antiviruscompany\antivirusproduct.exe /remove"
and the START /D command needs it in the following format:
START /D "C:\program files (x86)\antiviruscompany\" antivirusproduct.exe
how would I get the fig1 into fig2 format and work with the switch command?