If you already have an existing installation that you want to clean down and start from scratch, here is how to do that.
Stopping Containers running
To stop the containers running by removing the Docker environment, you can the stop the sites and run:
Starting from Scratch - Beta Phase 1 Only
To reset your Docker instance entirely, run the following commands via the command line, and you'll be back to square one.
First you need to get a clean environment to run through the steps. In order to do this, run the command:
docker logout identityserverregistry.azurecr.io
Now you can run the required steps to reset the database container (if used):
docker container ls docker stop [<containerid>,<containerid>,...] docker container prune y docker images docker rmi [<imagename>, <imagename>,...] docker network rm netstack
Note: If you're running Docker on a Linux host and you're having issues running these commands, check you have suitable permissions.