How to write a batch to register DLLs

I need to write the following logic into batch file that would be run when user logs on
If PathExists("C:\MyApplication") then
  net use I: "Data_SERV\Data"
  regsvr32 -s "I:\MIS\Source Codes\DLL\clsLend.dll"
  regsvr32 -s "I:\MIS\Source Codes\DLL\clsLendSrv.dll"
end if

The inside of if statement is already correct just the folder exists check and if statement syntax I dont know.

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SteveGTRCommented:
Try this:

@echo off

setlocal

if exist "C:\MyApplication" (
  net use I: "Data_SERV\Data"
  regsvr32 -s "I:\MIS\Source Codes\DLL\clsLend.dll"
  regsvr32 -s "I:\MIS\Source Codes\DLL\clsLendSrv.dll"
)

For more information on the if command and other commands, enter if /? at the command prompt.

Good Luck,
Steve
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