Then there's a Hyper-V container – that has more security and isolation, and Azure will use them for running the multitenant services that execute code customers have uploaded.It also gives you more flexibility because you don't have to have the same kernel running in the container as in the underlying server; with Hyper-V container you can update the server but the container will keep the version you've tested with your code.
This article will help you enable TLS security in Windows Server 2008 R2 or later versions by editing registry.
As well as the traditional n-tier client-server architecture and the familiar approach of virtual machines, Windows Server 2016 will also support applications built using microservices and containers.
That's where Nano Server and Docker support come in.
Well, I can’t really say why that fixed your problem, since a reboot is also another way of flushing your DNS.
In fact, it’s one of the many reasons tech support folks insist you reboot as the first step when investigating just about anything.