Azure Runbooks and Write-Progress

If you use Azure Runbooks, but develop scripts locally first…you may like to display progress indicators to yourself when handling large amounts of records / data with Write-Progress.

Be sure to parameterise this, because if you use Write-Progress in an Azure Runbook, it will seriously slow your runbook down, increasing the cost, and if there are over 4000 write-progress calls the runbook will hang and crash.

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