Running regular Windows applications as Windows Services is relatively straightforward with FireDaemon Pro. You should always be aware of limitations and take into account special considerations when running interactive applications on Session 0 under FireDaemon Pro control. The KB and manual articles below should be reviewed carefully in order to understand the specifics of running interactive Windows services, Session 0 and Session 0 Isolation.

What is Session 0 Isolation? What do I need to know about it?

This technical article covers off all aspects of Session 0, Session 0 Isolation, Interactive Services and limitations you might face when deploying interactive applications under FireDaemon Pro control.

Keyboard and Mouse Does Not Work on Session 0 on Windows 10, Server 2016 or Server 2019 

Microsoft is actively deprecating and making it harder to access Session 0. It's actually still quite easy to access if you know how ...

Interactive Services Removed On Windows 10 Version 1803 and Server 2019

Yes, Microsoft finally did it. The Interactive Services Detection Service is removed in Version 1803. We show you how to put it back ...

Manually Enabling Interactive Services, Interactive Service Detection and Session 0

Here we show you how to enable Interactive Services and Interactive Service Detection by hand.

Automating Keystrokes and Mouse Clicks on Session 0

It is possible with AutoIt ...

FireDaemon Zero

FireDaemon Zero allows you to switch back and forth between your logged in Windows desktop session and Session 0.

FireDaemon ZeroInput

FireDaemon ZeroInput is our free driver that restores keyboard and mouse input on Session 0 on Windows 10 Version 1803 or later, Server 2016 and Server 2019.

Running FireDaemon Pro on Windows Vista, 2008 or Later

Straight from the FireDaemon Pro manual, this manual section covers Windows security limitations on Windows Vista, Server 2008 and later Microsoft operating systems.