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  1. We had two separate keys that were issued to us that split our licenses, but I recently had Kaspersky combine the two so I would only have to manage one key. The secondary key I added as an additional key to KSC 10 and the clients, and since Kaspersky issued me a new key I want to get rid of all references of the old one. How do I remove the additional key from KSC 10 (there is no where to delete the additional key and it won't let me blank it out). Also, I want to remove the additional key from all the clients without having to visit each one. I saw earlier instructions on this board, but they were for earlier versions of KSC and KES and those options no longer exist.
  2. So I'm trying out the third party updates/vulnerability patching in KSC 10. Several of the programs I've tried to update work fine, but not Java. When I use the Java package that Kaspersky provides it returns an unspecific error on all machines. Has anyone got this to work? I've also tried creating my own package in KSC 10 to update Java and every method I've tried either causes a hanging install thread that never finishes, an install error, or even returns a successfully completed message even though Java never installs. I've even tried to put a logging switch in the command line but it just creates a blank text file with no indication of whats going on. I really want to use the built-in Kaspersky patching so I don't have to create my own packages. After all, that is why we renewed Kaspersky. Has anyone been able to use Kaspersky's built in patcher for Java?
  3. We have a small, simple network. I have application startup control set to log events with one policy that applies to all computers. The problem is only a couple computers are actually logging the "application startup allowed" events. We are running the latest patches of KSC9 and Endpoint 8. What gives?
  4. I'm having the exact same problem. During a full scan with MP4 the computer slowed a bit but as the person before me stated, it was still usable. KES 8 is totally unusable during a scan.
  5. On 64-Bit Windows 7 with this autopatch F, Kaspersky crashes about 20-30 minutes after the machine starts up and the machine slows to an unusable crawl. Below is a copy/paste of the Event Log message. Faulting application name: avp.exe, version: 6.0.4.1424, time stamp: 0x4b9a60ec Faulting module name: kjim.kdl, version: 5.6.2.1, time stamp: 0x4dba6a5c Exception code: 0xc0000005 Fault offset: 0x00029827 Faulting process id: 0x58c Faulting application path: C:\Program Files (x86)\Kaspersky Lab\Kaspersky Anti-Virus 6.0 for Windows Workstations MP4\avp.exe Faulting module path: C:\ProgramData\Kaspersky Lab\AVP60MP4\Bases\kjim.kdl
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