Is there any workaround in win10 to allow service interactive with desktop apps in Session 0?

duoduo wan 21 Reputation points

According to the Doc, I got below information:
When you update to or install Windows 10 Version 1803 or later or Server 2019, the Interactive Services Detection Service (UI0Detect) will no longer be present.
This means you can no longer switch desktop to Session 0. Additionally, native Windows services marked as "Allow service to interact with the desktop" via the Services applet (i.e. services.msc) are no longer granted interactive with desktop rights by the Windows Service Control Manager (SCM). Hence, even when you switch desktop to Session 0, those native interactive services will no longer be visible.

But in my product, I need to switch desktop to Session 0 and my service need to interactive with the desktop applications in session 0. Is there some workaround to allow this happen in win10?

Thank you very much!

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  1. Teemo Tang 821 Reputation points

    Unfortunately, just as you found, Microsoft has fully disabled Interactive Service Detection starting with Windows 10 Build 1803 and Windows Server 2016 and 2019. Starting with these versions, access to Session 0 is no longer possible.

    There is no way to start the service now.

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