FireDaemon Session 0 Viewer is a lightweight yet effective system utility which enables you to effortlessly switch between Session 0 and your logged in Windows desktop. This will give you access to the interactive Windows services which are forced to run in a distinct and isolated desktop session in Windows Vista and newer operating systems. The only method to access these services on Session 0 was to switch your desktop using the Interactive Services Detection Service utility. This action has its limitations and is disabled by default in MS Windows.
FireDaemon Session 0 Viewer allows you to easily switch between all your sessions with just a mouse click. The program enables you to switch to Session 0 without auto-logoff timeout. Moreover, the application lets you switch between sessions without seeing the annoying "warning" desktop popup.
FireDaemon Session 0 Viewer is a standalone application and represents a good alternative to Windows Interactive Services Detection Service. The program can work side by side with FireDaemon Pro without causing conflicts or problems.
FireDaemon Session 0 Viewer allows you to switch to Session 0 via various MS Windows, Linux or Mac OS X RDP / RDC clients, VNC, TeamViewer, and many other remote access programs and services.
- Avoids the annoying "warning" desktop popup.
- Supports RDP / RDC clients and other remote access applications.
|Name||FireDaemon Session 0 Viewer|
|Developer||FireDaemon Technologies Limited | see all products from this developer|
|Product Homepage||FireDaemon Session 0 Viewer|
|License||Free to try (Shareware)|
|Last Week Downloads||2|
|All Time Downloads||35|
|OS Support||Windows All|
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|FireDaemon Session 0 Viewer 1.2.3||August 24, 2016 - Latest Version|
|FireDaemon Session 0 Viewer 1.0.3||September 30, 2015|