Did something crazy, install Incus client in Windows

How do I access my cluster? Trying : incus list
This client hasn’t been configured to use a remote server yet.
As your platform can’t run native Linux instances, you must connect to a remote server.
If you already added a remote server, make it the default with “incus remote switch NAME”.
incus version
Client version: 0.4
Server version: unreachable|
incus info
This client hasn’t been configured to use a remote server yet.
As your platform can’t run native Linux instances, you must connect to a remote server.
If you already added a remote server, make it the default with “incus remote switch NAME”.
incus remote switch RRSOC
Error: Remote RRSOC doesn’t exist
incus remote switch rrterabk
Error: Remote rrterabk doesn’t exist
incus remote switch 192.168.1.18
Error: Remote 192.168.1.18 doesn’t exist

Obviously, I am doing something wrong here, and can find Server Cluster.

Run incus config trust add CLIENT-NAME on your server, then run incus remote add SERVER-NAME TOKEN

CLIENT-NAME for the first command is the name that will identify your client in the future, so either the hostname of your Windows system or something like that.

SERVER-NAME for the second command is the name your server will be identified as in the command line client on your Windows machine.

Once that’s done, you can incus remote switch SERVER-NAME on the Windows system to make your server the default remote it operates against, at which point all commands should behave as if you’re on the server.

Cool, works like a charm