It turns out this is a copy of jnidispatch.dll that is thrown into my %TEMP% folder.
From another java forum I have found this:
I confirm we resolved with the following actions:
1) added -Djna.nounpack=true to wrapper.conf
2) deleted the 2 jnidispatch.dll 32-bit and 64-bit DLLs from the JAR
3) Placed the DLLs on the Windows path
Please note to install the Windows Service, the jnidispatch.dll is required.
Sounds like some sort of workaround has been used. Am I supposed to put my personal "%TEMP%" folder in my search path????