We ran into a similar request; but approached it a bit differently:
1. Perform the uninstall once for one machine and confirm it worked
2. Go to commands tab, highlight the relevant commands needed to uninstall (include any manualy cmd tasks) and create a new script
3. Tweak and test the script (be sure to add lines to create tickets and add time to the ticket)
4. Create a search group to include systems with that software installed
5. Schedule the script to run on that search group as needed
hope that helps?
(ie we used this method when quicktime for windows needed to be uninstalled for everyone. we were still alerted because it was blacklisted, but within a few hours, the script would run and the software would be uninstalled. The monitor would reset for the next day. We also copy the script and use it for things like outdated versions of Adobe and Java, known and easy to remove malware, toolbars, and other annoying applications.
please share if you have an easier way to automate something like this?