As mentioned in the header, I say idea’s as there a plenty of creative ways to put in some type of logic to ensure that your script is behaving as it should.

One example of this could be to check if a file is located in a certain directory;

#Behavior setting file has applied
If (Test-Path "C:\Users\Test\Test.xml") {
	# // File Exists
		[System.Environment]::Exit(0)
	}
	Else{
	# // File does not Exist
		[System.Environment]::Exit(1)
	}

What I have also added is exit codes! Now if this powershell script is used in say something like SCCM, you can pass an exit code of 0 for success

[System.Environment]::Exit(0)

or something else for fail.

[System.Environment]::Exit(1)