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Powershell Script - v3.0 - Assistance

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Hello experts,

I am trying to build a conditional statement that does if-else in powershell.

What I want it to do is query a registry path, if it exists print out do nothing

else, create the registry path.

This is what I have...

 $ChkFile = (Get-ItemProperty "HKCU:\SOFTWARE\Progressive Automotive Systems\R.O. Writer") | Select-Object -ExpandProperty DataFile
$FileExists = Test-Path $ChkFile 
If ($FileExists -eq $True) {
Write-Host "This regsitry key exists"
}
else {Write-Host "Hello, World"} 
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