There is nothing different for setting up JBoss AS on Windows Server 2008 R2 than on any other Windows machine. Specifically what are you having problems with?
Every documentation seemed to point to specific versions of JBoss and specific JavaVM's that were required for WIndows Server 2008 R2, which is what led me to believe that it would be different than installing on my Development platform windows 7. That being said I'm having a hard time getting it to run with the simple run.bat command. When I have it echo what the bat file is doing it claims that JAVA_HOME and JBOSS_HOME environment variables are not set when I clearly have them pointing to the correct directory.
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Unfortunately, I cannot see what you are seeing on your PC, so if you want me to provide help, you must provide details. Otherwise all I can say is that you did something wrong because it works just fine for me.
Post the following:
a) The results of running "set JAVA_HOME" (do not set JBOSS_HOME, the run.bat will set it for you)
b) The results of running "%JAVA)HOME%\nin\java -version"
c) The complete command prompt output you get when running run.bat (even include the run.bat line). Copy and paste the text to the post, do not take a screen shot)
If the above contains the directory where JBoss AS is installed, great. If not, tell me that also.
Also tell me which version of JBoss AS and JDK you are using (if it doesn't appear in the above)
Thanks for your continuing help, I got the server to start and deployed my webservice. Unfortunately I'm getting some new runtime errors that I can not resolve.
It would be helpful if you described what you changed to get it to work because someone else might run into the same problem and your solution might help them also.
The Issue was simply the wrong version of Java installed on the VM. It had a 64 bit version instead of a 32 bit. I did not install it and was unaware of the wrong bit version.