The batch files take parameters on the command line so you dont have the edit them. When you run them, you can specify it all from the command line. Based on what you put into the original question, the following command would be run on the publisher to remove the server named Sub2Srv from the CCM0300 DB
RemoveServerFromDB . CCM0300 Sub2Srv
In your case I think thats all that you need to do. If for some reason you want to drop the CCM0300 DB from the Sub2Srv, then you can also run the other batch file on Sub2Srv like this:
RemoveSubscription . CCM0300
^^^^DO NOT RUN THE ABOVE COMMAND ON THE PUBLISHER. Run this only on a subscriber that you are taking out of service.
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