You will now have the three properties FP.Monitor, FP.State and FP.IsFrontmost on your property node, and you can use these to set the appropriate properties of your front panel when you run the program.
For example, the image below shows the property node set up to maximize the front panel on the secondary monitor and bring it to the front of the screen.
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