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Assuming that you downloaded archive like atlassian-crowd-3.0.zip, when you extract it for example into c:\SW_Inst directory you should have a structure like that:
| |-- META-INF
| |-- WEB-INF
| | |-- classes
| | | |-- com
| | | |-- crowd-init.properties
| | | `-- database-defaults
(I only listed relevant directories content)
So to answer you question, In your example, as you seem to unzip crowd in c:\SW_inst\atlassian-crowd-3.0.2 you should look for start_crowd.bat in c:\SW_Inst\atlassian-crowd-3.0.2\atlassian-crowd-3.0.2
Hope that helps
Hi @Roopesh N,
I can see that you've downloaded Crowd's WAR distribution. Do you want to install Crowd on your own, self hosted application server? Please note that at the moment the only supported application server is Apache Tomcat, and with Crowd 3.1 we've deprecated WAR distribution.
I believe that you are after installing Crowd standalone distribution which comes with bundled Apache Tomcat application server. Here is the link to a standalone distribution where you will find start_crowd.bat script: https://www.atlassian.com/software/crowd/downloads/binary/atlassian-crowd-3.1.2.zip
Hope that helps,