Get Started Using Orca on Docker

Prerequisites – Docker Engine must be installed:
* Windows 10: Install Docker Desktop for Windows 10 (Switch to linux containers if not already via the Docker Desktop application)
* Windows Server 2016/2019: https://hub.docker.com/editions/enterprise/docker-ee-server-windows?tab=description
(Note: Docker Enterprise Edition is available at no extra charge to all Windows Server 2016/2019 customers via Microsoft)
Enable linux containers on Windows Server:
2016: https://chunliu.me/2018/02/12/running-linux-containers-on-windows-server-2016/
2019: https://computingforgeeks.com/how-to-run-docker-containers-on-windows-server-2019/#:~:text=Running%20Linux%20Containers%20on%20Windows%20Server%202019&text=Uninstall%20your%20current%20Docker%20CE.&text=Enable%20Nested%20Virtualization%20if%20you,Machine%20running%20on%20Hyper%2DV.&text=Then%20install%20the%20current%20preview%20build%20of%20Docker%20EE.&text=Restart%20Docker%20Service%20after%20the%20change.

Docker Compose must be installed:
* Windows 10: Included with Docker Desktop for Windows 10
* Windows Server 2016/2019: https://docs.docker.com/compose/install/

Orca Drift DetectorTM will NOT make changes to your environment or configurations.

It WILL tell you what your configs are and will compare them to what they should be.

Now you know exactly which configs to fix.