There are a few logical operators in the PowerShell scripting library that can be used to take an action based on a condition. For example, let’s say you would want to change the home folder path for an Active Directory user with the username Peter. Or you would like to change the path of the department of the user accounts whose location is set to Dallas. This is where these logical operators come handy. In this article, we talk about IF and ELSE statements used in the PowerShell scripting. IF and ELSE are common logical operators used across PowerShell scripting.