Managing Windows containers

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Does anyone know if it is possible to use Windows Admin Center / Project Honolulu to manage Windows Docker Containers (server core)?  It seems like it might be possible if the WinRM ports on the container were attached to a secondary network interface on the host.

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There is a WAC containers extension in preview.