The "configuration" you refer to does not install Byteman. It simply paves the way for JBoss Modules to allow Byteman to operate effectively by default (by ensuring that all classes in the Byteman package space are visible in all module loaders)
Details of how to run Byteman in JBoss AS7 (and therefore, mutandis mutandis, in EAP or Wildfly) are provided in the Byteman Getting Started tutorial. Follow the link marked How Do I Run JBoss AS With Byteman. If you have not already worked your way through the tutorial I recommend doing so.