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    There is no documentation on maximum number of nics supported by each instance size for windws and linux

    There is no documentation in azure that clearly states the maximum number of NICs supported by each VM size. Please incorporate and 2 core 8 GB machines should support atleast 3 NIcs like in AWS and google.This is very bad documentation as it is a chain of links that point to other link example -

    Documentation stating maximum number of NIC per VM size

    Azure has no documentation that states maximum number of NIC supported by wach VM size. The documentation only does a ping pong of links and still doesnt give anything clearly, Example the below link says in constraint to check another link referring to linux general purpose VM sizes, but it has nothing on number of NICs supported

    | Temporary Disk | Add on/off options for temporary disk when creating Azure VM

    End user could ignore the DATA LOSS file on temporary disk which comes from Azure VM by default, if it's possible to add on/oof options for temporary disk when creating Azure VM?One more thing, when the VM is using temporary disk, if it's possible to pop-up a dialog box to notify the user that the data in temporary disk could be lose after stopping/deallocating the VM? (Like the public ip pop-up diaglog in the attachment)

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