need to create a batch to automatically install an MSI package

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    Hi everyone,

    appreciate if someone can give me an example on my requirement, unfortunately I am very new to Windows scripting,

    I want my application server to do a task every day at 9:00am to install agents software on remote machines,

    I have used google and got the basic staff which is:

    psexec @c:test.txt -u domainusername -p password msiexec.exe /qn /i “\192.168.1.10ApplicationApp3.1.msi”

    so I can use this Batch file with task scheduler, but the thing missing is, I want the server to skip the installation if the agent is already installed on the remote machine

    something were available on the Internet like:

    IF EXIST “filename” (
    REM Do one thing
    ) ELSE (
    REM Do another thing
    )

    !

    cd %commonprogramfiles(x86)%

    but unfortunately I dont know how to link it with my command, I need help on this

    thanks,

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