Possible to set additional environment variables when using Fisheye wrapper?

I have fisheye attempting to connect to a repository server from a ws2003 box.

When attempting to a Git repository I receive the message..

Could not create directory 'h/.ssh'.

This is due to the enviroment variable HOME being set to "H:\". It is not possible or practical for me to change this value globally on the machine. I am using the java service wrapper to run fisheye as a windows service.

My question is.. is it possible to specify a HOME value that would be unique to the wrapper and fisheye so that I can utilize a specific location. I understand that I can add values to the wrapper.conf but I cannot find any documentation or examples which apply to this situation.

Thanks

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I've honed in on some details of where I need some additional information.

wrapper.java.additional AND/OR wrapper.app.parameter seem to be where I should add something. Is there documentation on what is available? Can I add my FISHEYE_OPTS and HOME here also? And what about others?

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