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Create and Run a Windows Server Container Image on Windows Server
This lab walks through the process of creating a Windows Server container image and running the image on Windows Server.
Table of Contents
Install Docker on VM1
- Update Nuget to the minimum required version to install Docker.
- Install the Docker PowerShell module.
- Install the Docker package.
Create a Dockerfile
Create a Dockerfile using Visual Studio Code with the following instructions:
FROM mcr.microsoft.com/windows/servercore:ltsc2022 RUN powershell.exe -command Add-WindowsFeature Web-Server ADD "https://dotnetbinaries.blob.core.windows.net/servicemonitor/126.96.36.199/ServiceMonitor.exe" "C:\\ServiceMonitor.exe" WORKDIR c:\\inetpub\\wwwroot COPY index.html index.html EXPOSE 80 ENTRYPOINT ["C:\\ServiceMonitor.exe", "w3svc"]
Create an index.html file in the working directory and include some HTML content in that file, for example:
<h1>Hello from Docker!</h1>
Build Your Container Image
Build your container image using your Dockerfile.
Run Your Container Image
Run your container image.
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