Just like we have an mmc to manage h\w-virtualized VM's there should be one for OS-virtualized containers to monitor their resource consumption, health etc...3 votes
If you login interactively into container and try to list environment variable you passed to container at start up time it will be missing from list.
1. Create container with customer variable (docker run -d -e me=too microsoft/iis)
2. Check value of variable via CMD
PS D:\docker> Exec-Container -ContainerIdOrName 7a -Command @("powershell", "dir env:m*")
3. Enter interactively and check the same variable
S D:\docker> Enter-PSSession -ContainerId (Get-Container b4).ID -RunAsAdministrator3 votes
There should be an MMC to manage and configure windows and Hyper-v containers. This is a Windows component. And like other components there should be a gui to manage it16 votes
Right now you can to enter-pssession directly to a container, but it would be great to be able to use new-pssession and be able to pass that session to other cmdlets like copy-item2 votes
Adding a new container OS Image using the Install-ContainerOSImage doesn't provide a clear visual feedback if the image is being properly installed or the process has crashed.
Using verbose or debug switches doesn't provide any extra information either.
It would be great to have a UI feedback like using docker pull when getting a new image into the local repository4 votes
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