Test-NetConnection: Configure internetbeacon.msedge.net to respond on every TCP port
Test-NetConnection is a great tool for troubleshooting network issues, and having it attempt to contact a publicly-accessible, Microsoft-hosted endpoint (internetbeacon.msedge.net) when no -ComputerName parameter is supplied is especially useful.
However, it would be even better if internetbeacon.msedge.net would be configured to respond on any TCP port, so we could run a command like this (to check if a specific port was being blocked on our corporate firewall, for example):
Test-NetConnection -Port 8443
It's possible to do this today by specifying a third-party service (like portquiz.net) in the -ComputerName, but enabling internetbeacon.msedge.net with this capability would both save us typing and lighten the load on these other services.