When you log into a computer remotely, by default you are only seeing the desktop of the user that you logged in as. Interactive services (including Firedaemon ones) are only visible on the console session.
See the following article to access the console session:
The FireDaemon Pro/Trinity GUI’s must be run as an administrator to function correctly on Windows XP and Windows 2003 Server. On Windows Vista, 2008 and 7 the GUI’s elevate correctly so the user should not need to be an administrator.
Services can be run as any user, however the privilege of that user will determine whether the service can interact with the desktop, access network resources and so forth. As a rule of thumb services should be run as Localsystem (that’s the default). If network access is required then generally run your service as an administrator. FireDaemon will automatically grant user accounts “Log on as Services” rights.
NetLimiter is a great application that displays bandwidth usage on a computer or server. It’s really useful when you want to see how much bandwidth a specific process is using.
You can use NetLimiter to set download/upload transfer rate limits for applications or even single connection and monitor their internet traffic.
Along with this unique feature, Netlimiter offers comprehensive set of internet statistical tools. It includes real-time traffic measurement and long-term per-application internet traffic statistics
There are 3 versions, all can display the bandwidth usage of applications as well as history graphs but only the shareware/full versions can limit bandwidth of processes (the shareware versions costs, while the Freeware version is free).
Monitor and Control Bandwidth Traffice with NetLimiter
If you need to access the Services Control Panel, Event Viewer or Task Manager there’s a way to do it a lot faster.
Rather than going through the run box, start menu, or right clicking my computer you can do it entirely through the FireDaemon window!
Simply click the “File” menu and select your desired tool there.
What do you use for shortcuts?
If your server or application fails to restart when a error popup displays then the following fix will solve the problem.
Services in FireDaemon Pro can be restarted in session.
This means that you can see your service on your desktop without switching to session 0.
This can be useful if you have an application that you want to see running for test purposes.
Restarting an application every few seconds/minutes can be done with the scheduling tab and the user defined interval setting.
This is especially useful if you have an application that you want restarting every few seconds/minutes.
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FireDaemon Pro can be skinned/themed.
You can replace the command line, splash screen, title bar and About box product name, FireDaemon and non-FireDaemon icons in main GUI service list, splash screen product name & icon and all button icons.
FireDaemon Pro has the ability to clone and hot clone services.
This is a very useful feature especially when you have lots of services you need to configure and you dont want to manually re-enter all the information.
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The Pre-Service and Post-Service tab allows applications to be run during service startup and service shutdown. Pre-service and post-service programs are always run during service start-ups, controlled shutdowns, and intentional restarts.
- From the FireDaemon Pro manual.
- WordPress Hardening Guide
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- Starting Interactive FireDaemon Services In Session At Login Using Login Scripts
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