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Getting Started with Nano Server by Charbel Nemnom

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Creating a Hyper-V container

Managing Hyper-V containers with Docker is almost identical to managing Windows Server containers. For more details, please refer to the sections entitled Installing Docker, Managing container networking, and Managing Docker on Nano Server.

In the following example, we will download a Windows Server Core base OS image with the IIS role enabled, and then we will run Hyper-V containers on top of the Nano Server container host.

Before you proceed, please make sure to complete the steps described earlier:

  1. In this step, we will change the Docker images and the scratch space location on the container host. First, we need to create a daemon.json file at C:\ProgramData\docker\config\daemon.json on the Nano Server container ...

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