How to create locally-hosted sandbox environments

A locally-hosted sandbox is the third option. In order to use a local sandbox, you need Windows 10 Premium, Windows Server 2016 or recently added Windows Server 2019, where Docker tools are already included as native tools. It is, however, possible to use Docker for Windows in previous versions.

You can download and install Docker for Windows from After downloading it, it is necessary to execute "the switch to Windows Container" option in Windows 10 in order to use Docker. In Windows Server 2016, it's a server component.

To activate the local sandbox, click on the Host locally button, as shown in the following screenshot:

The system will then ask you to save a PowerShell ...

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