Manage interactive services on Session 0
Switch to and manage Pro and Microsoft Windows interactive services on Session 0
Simply double click the task tray icon to take you back and forth between Session 0
View who currently has control of Session 0, kicking them off and taking control if necessary
Enable Session 0 desktop colour and auditing options
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Features at a Glance
Interactive services detection service replacement
FireDaemon Zero is a drop-in replacement for the inbuilt Windows Interactive Services Detection Service (UI0Detect). FireDaemon Zero eliminates the UI0Detect "nag" popup when interactive servers are running on Session 0.
Enables interactive services and access to Session 0
FireDaemon Zero enables interactive services and access to the Session 0 desktop.
Session 0 desktop redraw
When you switch to Session 0, FireDaemon Zero will attempt to redraw all interactive services running on Session 0 in order to minimise artifacts.
Desktop switching activity logging and auditing
You can configure FireDaemon Zero to log Session 0 logon and logoff events, session kick events, session steal events and session switching events to the Windows Event Log.
Creates the interactive services detection service
On Windows 10 and Server 2019 the UI0Detect service is not present. FireDaemon Zero will re-create the UI0Detect service and offering similar functionality allowing you to switch to / from Session 0.
Switch to / from Session 0
FireDaemon Zero is deployed as a Task Tray application. By double clicking on the FireDaemon Zero Task Tray application icon, you can switch back and forth between your currently logged in Windows session and Session 0.
Kick a User off Session 0
FireDaemon Zero will show you which user is currently occupying Session 0 and allow you to kick that user off of Session 0.
Steal Session 0 Control from other Users
FireDaemon Zero will show you which user is currently occupying Session 0 and allow you to steal control of Session 0 from the user.
Session 0 Tray
FireDaemon Zero deploy a specialised tray on Session 0. The tray lists FireDaemon Pro interactive services running on Session 0. Then FireDaemon Zero Tray can also be used by programs that are being run as a Windows service that normally rely on and bind to the regular Windows Taskbar.
Session 0 desktop Colour
FireDaemon Zero allows you to configure the Session 0 desktop background colour.
Automatic inactivity switch back from Session 0
You can configure FireDaemon Zero to automatically switch back to your logged in session after an inactivity timeout.
FireDaemon Zero complements FireDaemon Pro by allowing you to switch to and from your currently logged-in Windows desktop session to Session 0 where your interactive FireDaemon Pro services are run. FireDaemon Zero offers a Task Bar on Session 0 allowing you to view and select running interactive FireDaemon Pro services. FireDaemon Zero offers Session 0 management including session auditing and access revocation. Integrate with your product/platform for re-sale with OEM.
Integrate/embed into your product or platform for unlimited redistribution
Rebrand and embed Zero OEM in your installer
Zero OEM includes all the features of FireDaemon Zero and additional features to assist in automating deployment and installation. Contains all the components to allow you to embed the product in your installer, golden image or standalone product.
No license key required royalty free redistribution
Does not require a license key and is DRM free. There are no additional fees to redistribute FireDaemon Zero OEM as part of your software installer or platform.
If you wish to integrate FireDaemon Zero with your product or platform for resale then FireDaemon Zero OEM is for you! FireDaemon Zero OEM is a variant of FireDaemon Zero specifically designed for use by software vendors and integrators who wish to bundle FireDaemon Zero with their own product or platform. FireDaemon Zero OEM is designed to be included in third-party installers, golden OS images, or provisioned via deployment tools, such as Puppet or Ansible.