Using authentication, privilege elevation, and audit and monitoring services inside of a CoreOS Docker container

This section describes how you enable authentication, privilege elevation, and audit and monitoring services functionalities inside docker containers after the host has installed and enabled such functionalities. All the docker containers share the same identity as the host; there is no need for individual container to join to Active Directory and there is only one computer from the Active Directory perspective.

Note:   You can also install and join the docker container to Active Directory. This will result in a unique identity (computer object) in Active Directory.