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Docker and Windows 10 1709 Patch, The End

So if you read my last post on my challenges with Docker containers running on Windows 10 after the 1709 patch, I thought I was close to solving it once I was granted the admin password to disable and uninstall Sophos Endpoint.

Once I uninstalled Sophos, I noted I ended up with a different line number error.  The question was, has the problem shifted from Sophos to a new issue or is it more complex than just the one application?  We’d already seen that it was complicated, including the Hyper-V with the 1709 patch that was part of the problem.

Docker and Windows 10 with 1709 Patch aka Killing Me Slowly

So I transitioned in the last years from having a development lab, to VMs, to the cloud and now, tired of slow WiFi, been happily using Docker for most of my demos.  As of January, the latest upgrade to Windows 10, aka patch version 109, has been like a bad cat fight.

Oracle docker image from docker store

Did you notice that each time you want to download the Oracle binaries from the OTN website (for non-production usage) you have to click on the “Accept License Agreement”? This is because you have to agree with the OTN license agreement, and that makes it not easy to distribute an automated way to build an environment.
The only exception I have seen was the sealed envelopes provided for the RACattack:

Docker on Oracle Linux

As a reminder for myself and for those who might have missed the info. Here…

Basic (newbie) install CoreOS on VirtualBox – Getting started with Docker

I got intrigued by this Dutch article mentioning Docker and CoreOS. So on this Saturday,…