Native Docker containers for Windows
04 October 2016
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Docker containers for Native Windows platforms is something we have waited for for a long time.
Here it is, now we can build windows based apps the same way we do everything else
FROM microsoft/iis RUN mkdir C:\site RUN powershell -NoProfile -Command \ Import-module IISAdministration; \ Remove-WebSite -Name 'Default Web Site'; \ New-IISSite -Name "Site" -PhysicalPath C:\site -BindingInformation "*:80:" EXPOSE 80 ADD default.htm /site/default.htm
The above use the big container, removes the default website and adds a new site.
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