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for-win Cannot run linux containers in Windows 2016 server VM

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Expected behavior

Able to successfully pull and run linux containers

Actual behavior

Using default tag: latest latest: Pulling from library/debian e79bb959ec00: Extracting [==================================================>] 45.34MB/45.34MB failed to register layer: failed to start service utility VM (applydiff e702f990821403121e61f52254f23eb05f806147d96935aa291d9aa88df731c7): container e702f990821403121e61f52 254f23eb05f806147d96935aa291d9aa88df731c7_svm encountered an error during CreateContainer: failure in a Windows system call: The data is invalid. (0xd) extra info: {"System Type":"container","Name":"e702f990821403121e61f52254f23eb05f806147d96935aa291d9aa88df731c7_svm","Layers":null,"HvPartition":true,"HvRuntime":{"ImagePath":"C:\Program Files \Linux Containers","LinuxInitrdFile":"initrd.img","LinuxKernelFile":"bootx64.efi"},"ContainerType":"linux","TerminateOnLastHandleClosed":true}

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  • Windows Version: Windows server 2016 (1607)
  • Docker for Windows Version: 17.10.0-ee-preview-3

Steps to reproduce the behavior

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  1. Follow the guide to install docker in windows server https://www.altaro.com/msp-dojo/linux-containers-windows-server-2019/
  2. After setting the environment and restarting the docker service try pulling debian : docker pull debian
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@mikeparker Thanks. i will move the issue and close it.