Local JATOS giving "bad root server path", not starting
I'll preface this by saying I think it's very possible that the problem I'm having has to do with my university's security policies, but I want to be thorough and check to see if you're aware of any JATOS-side explanation for my problems.
I installed the current (v3.8.4) version of JATOS bundled with Java earlier this week on a machine running Windows 10. I initially couldn't get the loader.bat file to run due to permissions errors, but it's now at least trying to work if I elevate to administrator.
Now what I get when I run `loader.bat start` in an admin command prompt is:
No Instance(s) Available. Starting JATOS ... please wait JATOS uses local JRE bad root server path C:\[path]\jatos_win_java\start
and the JATOS instance doesn't successfully start. There are no files created in the logs/ directory, either, so I can't get a good idea of where it's going wrong.
Have you seen this before? Do you have suggestions for troubleshooting? Thanks!