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Delete $NTUninstall files using a DOS command prompt.

I have developed a simple batch file generator using VisualStudio C#.NET that installs multiple Microsoft patch upgrades in a single .bat file.  I'd like to add code to the .bat file that wil delete the associated $NTUninstallKB999999 files as well.  When I view the directory where the $NTUninstall files are located using the CMD/DOS window, I do not see them, nor can I build a DOS statement that will delete them.  Any suggestions?  Is there a command string that I can write in C# that will tell Windows to delete these files?
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Great solution.  Thanks for the leg up.