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No "whale" in System Tray on Azure Windows Server 2016 VM


(Terrymandin) #1

Expected behavior

I just installed docker on an Azure Windows 2016 Server. I expect to see a “whale” in the System Tray where I can update the docker settings.

Actual behavior

I don’t see the “whale” in the System Tray. I have no way to set the shared drives. Docker shows as “Running” in the services area.

Steps to reproduce the behavior

  1. Create an Azure Standard D4s v3 VM
  2. Install Docker as per these instructions: https://docs.docker.com/engine/installation/windows/docker-ee/#install-docker-ee
  3. Reboot
  4. There is no “whale” in the System Tray.

(Terrymandin) #2

Turns out there is no “whale” on a Windows Server install. IMHO, I think that the Docker documentation could be more clear on this for Windows Server installs.