How to set JAVA_HOME for startup (multiple JAVA versions)?

On my development machine I have multiple JAVA versions installed.
TeamCity recommend JDK6 32bit, but standard JAVA_HOME points to another version of JAVA.

So, where can I set the JAVA_HOME variable for startup und running the TeamCity Server and Agent.

Best regards, Peter

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TeamCity is fully compatible with java 1.7, so there is no need to additionally set up 1.6 version.
It can also work under 64-bit Java, but it doubles required memory but doesn't improve performance much.

Anyway, TeamCity can use standalone JRE instance, if it's installed inside TeamCity/jre directory. Our Windows installer works such way.


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