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Here we’ll see how to import the XP Mode from Windows 7 Professional, Enterprise, or Ultimate into Virtual Box so you can run XP in it for free.
Note: You need to have Windows 7 Professional or above to use XP Mode in this manner.
Once you download the Installer binary on your machine, please launch it and pay special attention to the following: Go through the installation, selecting any defaults for the other steps.
On successful installation, you should have the following: A folder named C:\Program Files\Docker Toolbox is created and in that are several key files but we will mention a few of them here: The Docker Quickstart Terminal is a good thing to launch next. It will create a default Docker Machine for you (named default).
Remote App is only the remote display technology which enables this to occur.
The option, Never check for updates (not recommended), of previous Windows versions, can be configured by disabling the policy.
In Windows 10 1607 (Anniversary Update), the Windows Update setting no longer offers a drop down menu to disable updates.
However, you can still turn off Automatic Updates with Group Policy.
With the release of Docker 1.8, Windows users who have been learning Docker using Boot2Docker VM Tool, need to learn a few new concepts to get their environment in place for their Docker learning journey.
The guide below presents how to get the Docker Toolbox Setup on Windows and the general concepts behind Docker Machine, so that if you have been familiar with Boot2Docker before, your journey is a smooth.
(Note: new URL as of ) I have just tested the settings from Aaron on a Windows XP SP3 image running under Virtual Box 3.1.2 which previously failed with the dreaded 'As soon as the two extra settings were added to the RDP file (see steps c and d below), I could run Notepad via Remote App quite happily.