This is the third and likely last post in this series. In Part 1 I introduced the capability to have Virtual PowerShell Environments using Docker and the full Windows 10 / Server 2019 Build 1809 container images. In Part 2 I detailed remotely access the Azure RM Windows 10 / Server 2019 host that contains the Docker Container with our full Windows 1809 environment (and therefore PowerShell Desktop).… keep reading
27 Nov 18 Part 3 is available here that details customizing an image and accessing it via other SSH clients with elevated access.
In Part-1 of this series posted yesterday I showed that with Windows 10/Windows Server 2019 we can now have isolated virtual environments for PowerShell Desktop in Azure through containerization.… keep reading
A real quick post as I’ve just managed to figure out what was causing this error and why my Docker CreateContainer call wasn’t successfully executing.
I’d just deployed a brand new Windows 10 VM in Azure Resource Manager and installed Docker.… keep reading