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Bamboo not found in services.msc

i couldnt find the bamboo running as a service in services.msc


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Instruction ( could be updated: display name from "Bamboo build server" to "Atlassian Bamboo Bamboo".

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How did you try to add it as a service?

If you just ran the installer according to the docs, what error did you get when it tried to add it as a service?

the thing is i have already installed in my machine and i want to make it as a service, when i try to access the Installasaservice.bat it simply throws jdk and jre mismatch

You'll need to adjust your environment so that it points to the right version of Java, the one built into the Jira installation.  Set the JAVA_HOME variable to the root of the jre in the Jira installation, and make sure $JAVA_HOME/bin is in the path before the system installed Java, then run the batch file again.

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