Batch File to delete directory

I want to delete a folder Adode in C:\Documents and Settings\all profiles\Application Data. Please help it is urgent
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rd /s /q "C:\Documents and Settings\all profiles\Application Data\Adobe"
If you are running DOS , you can use deltree.exe to delete a folder and all the sub-loders inside it.
You can use rmdir or rd in windows XP or 2003. You may have to do this from recovery console.
DevanandMBAuthor Commented:
what i meen to say that it show delete the adobe folder from Application Data of all the profiles in documents and settings
DevanandMBAuthor Commented:
what i meen to say that it should delete the adobe folder from Application Data of all the profiles in documents and settings
You have to create a batch file, and out this line in:
FOR /D %%G in ("C:\Documents and Settings\*") DO rd /s /q "%%G\Application Data\Adobe"

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