Batch File to Remove Foxit reader

I have created a batch file with the following:
echo off
start "" "C:\Program Files\Foxit Software\Foxit Reader\UnInstall.exe"

But when I run it, I am promted if I want to uninstall it and given a yes or no option

I tried putting in a few things such as /y, y| but nothing I have tried works. Please offer me advice on how to automatically accept the uninstall as Yes so I can put it in a login script to remove it from my XP clients
SCRLPBAsked:
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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
You might not have a choice... You'll have to look into the software program in question and determine if there is a way to uninstall it.  Otherwise, if you're equipped for imaging, it may be easy enough to redeploy an image without it.
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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
The uninstall program must support a command line option to suppress a prompt.  You'll need to consult the application's manual and/or the vendor - you can't force something to recognize command line parameters if it wasn't designed to.
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SCRLPBAuthor Commented:
Then what would my best option be to uninstall the foxit software off 400+ Windows XP PCs without visiting each one?
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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
How did you install it?  (I have not used foxit software and am not sure what exactly it is).  Usually, when people deploy software, they also have a plan to remove it when necessary... who installed it and how?
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SCRLPBAuthor Commented:
It was installed in the desktop image by an old administrator.
Foxit reader is an alternative to Adobe reader and I am going to remove it and install Adobe reader on all clients
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