If you have a Windocks Pay as you go edition, then create a file called key.txt in the Windocks directory and put in the key you received by email. If you have the Community edition then you don't need to do this.
The Windocks installer will install a batch file (Windocks.bat) on the desktop. To start the Windocks server, right click on the batch file and Run as Administrator. It is important to run the Windocks server as Administrator. The next section provides the exact command to use to start the Windocks server in case you need to do it yourself in the future.
Instructions to start Windocks server (The batch file automatically does this for you)
Open a Command Prompt as Administrator, and start the Windocks server by entering:
docker --api-enable-cors -d
Starts the Windocks server for local use with access from the web application
docker -H tcp://0.0.0.0:2375 --api-enable-cors -d
Starts the Windocks server for either local or network use with access from the web application
Open a second Command Prompt and enter the following to confirm a successful installation.
This displays the base images supported by your installation
docker run –d dotnet-4.5
This will create and start a .NET container.
Using the web UI application
Open the firewall ports for 80 and 2375 on the Windocks host. Open a browser on any machine or tablet or phone that can access the Windocks host. Enter the IP address of the Windocks host in the web application and click / touch the Connect button. You should see the list of images in the browser. Use the UI to create and manage containers.