How to resolve docker connectivity after reboot on Mac

I rebooted my Mac for the first time in a while. Afterwards, docker was unusable because of an error about certificates: “x509: certificate is valid for 192.168.99.103, not 192.168.99.100”.

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    You can regenerate certificates:

    $ docker-machine regenerate-certs
    

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