Working with Windows sucks. Working with Docker and Windows also sucks. Working in a company with Docker and Windows sucks big time. Besides security and proxy everything is a hassle, because connectivity, filesystem or permissions might not work out of a box. Too many workarounds for docker freshmen. So I decided to run docker in a CentOS virtual machine. That is the closest thing to RHEL. This post demonstrates how to get Docker installed and properly configured, so you can work with docker with great pleasure :wink: .