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I have unzipped the crowd folders into a directory, and have changed the crowd-init.properties to indicate where I want the Crowd Home directory (which is not the same as the installation directory). I click start-service.bat, and the cmd window flashes up. Despite these, when I try to connect to localhost:8095, I cannot.
I am using IE9, and installing Crowd on a remote server, connecting with Remote Desktop.
Just clicking on the batch file even if you run as administrator just does not work for me. What I have to do is open a cmd prompt as administrator. Then start the batch from the command line. This works on windows 7 ultimate 32-bit.
The crowd command window will open and stay opened until you run the stop batch.