PowerShell Snippets: Delete File

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The following PowerShell command will check if the named file exists in the current directory and, if so, delete it (replace the highlighted section with the name of the file to be deleted):

$FileName = "azrcrv-smtp.zip"

if (Test-Path $FileName) {
  Remove-Item $FileName

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