Docker should enable Hyper V when I click “Install & Restart” upon the Hyper V prompt.
It should tell me in case it was unable to enable Hyper V.
Some time passes without a progress indicator.
An error message will pop up which says some constructor belonging to Hyper V could not be found.
(Instead it should say: “Hey, I could not enable Hyper V for you. Here are the manual steps to do it yourself.”)
- Windows 10 Pro
- Docker Version 1.11.1-beta12 (build: 3073)
Steps to reproduce the behavior
- Install Docker
- Let it enable Hyper V & Restart (works)
- Uninstall Docker
- Disable Hyper V via Windows Feature Settings
- Install Docker and let it try to enable Hyper V (did not work)
(I know this is some weird kind of edge case but I wanted to report it anyway, maybe it is useful.
Fix: I had to enable Hyper V in the Windows Feature settings myself.)