Docker on Windows Nano Server: There is not enough space on the disk

I’m sucessfully started docker on Windows Server 2016 Nano Server.
I’ve pulled images microsoft/nanoserver and microsoft/sample-dotnet

But when I tried to pull another images, like microsoft/dotnet-framework I’ve got the following message:

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    I’m using the Nano Server on Azure with a 512 GB SSD. And I’ve just deployed the OS.

    Anyone knows what is happening?

    Thank you!

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    so your free disc space is 1 GB of 7 GB?
    of course this is a bit too less. Probably you already pulled a servercore images which uses around 7 GB.

    you need to expand your partition size:

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