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Check whether path exists

September 01, 2022 Views: 2084

The script can be used with the If PowerShell script returns true condition to check whether a specific path exists. It returns True if all elements of the path exist and False if any are missing. The path can represent a file, a folder, a Windows Registry key or any other valid PowerShell provider path. For details, see Test-Path.


  • $path - Specifies the path to check. You can use value references (e.g. %username%, %department%) in the path. When the script is executed, they are replaced with values of the AD object on which the script is run. For example, if you specify %username%, the value reference is replaced with the username of the user account on which the script is run.
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$path = "\\SERVER\Share\%username%" # TODO: modify me

$Context.ConditionIsMet = $False
    $pathExists = Test-Path -Path $path -ErrorAction Stop

if ($pathExists)
    $Context.ConditionIsMet = $True
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