I have browsed the forums here, lots of google searches, the git-hub documents and anywhere else I have been pointed. The question I cannot seem to get a firm answer for is the following
Does docker volumes for Windows only mount volumes on C:\ ? Or can I create standard windows mounts for a secondary drive letter, like say an E:\
Or do I need to define that at the host level before I create a container so it is available as a separate mount on a E: instead of a C: only mount? Or is windows is stuck with assuming everything resides on c:\ as a root and we are creating mounts to root in a fashion similar to the way you expect for Unix hosts?