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Is this the correct configuration in Windows?

This question is in reference to Atlassian Documentation: svn: E175002: handshake alert: unrecognized_name - SVN repository setup fails

I tried the suggested solution, but am still receiving the same error. A similar error occurred in my eclipse based IDE and the resolution was to add the same java argument to the eclipse.ini file which DID work. 

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Jeff Thomas Atlassian Team Jun 16, 2016

Are you running FishEye as a Windows Service? If so, this Java flag will need to be configured in the service and not as an environment variable. See JVM system properties for details on how to add this flag to the JVM properties section on the Java tab of the service.

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