Configure Network Performance Monitor with Powershell / API
I have a large number of services I would like to monitor with NPM, and using the web GUI will be very tedious to enter (and manage) them all.
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Jamie Peebles commented
For enterprise deployments, this is a MUST HAVE feature. Actually, I'm surprised it's not there. Please prioritize this.
Raffe Felts commented
Deployment blocker/brick wall for us. Current user interface works great if you only have a dozen connection monitors to add, but if you have 1000 - it's a no go... forget it.
Jeff Arthur commented
Same - customer wants to configure NPM to the advertised limit and entering each by hand could be improved with PS.
Walter Chomak commented
This is absolutely a must. I have a customer with a large numbers of networks, sub networks and links to configure also. Lack of this feature is impeding their Azure adoption.
This is a must have feature. I have a customer with a large numbers of networks, subnetworks and links to configure.