-Xrs will reduce the signals where the JVM is listening to.
But I suppose that the Windows machine try to stop the service for some reason, maybe force the shutdown.
I did not see that at my environment.
What if you set JAVA_HOME to your correct Java installation?
I am using my own jre which is bundled with jboss and in standalone.bat file i have already set my JAVA_HOME so jboss was running fine and it was using my own JAVA_HOME which i have set in standalone.bat file but when i update my windows Jboss service is shutdown.
Are you sure that the variabile JAVA_HOME is set?
Yes I am sure.I have seen it in my console and standalone.log