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  1. Read this to learn more about Dos.generic.synflood http://arstechnica.com/civis/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=119632
  2. You should be able to use local group policy on that machine to do this. I don't believe this is possible with Kaspersky and I don't think it should be. To block traffic from an IP you would do this via the router or managed switch.
  3. Hello I was to participate in the beta testing of both applications. thanks & regards, Matt
  4. Thank you. We've disabled the Firewall databases options in our update task for the administration server and disabled "autodetect update list".
  5. The update task for workstations should in theory, not push out updates for components (Anti-Hacker), If the workstation does not have this installed.. Our workstations don't have the Anti-Spam component installed, and our workstations have the anti-spam outlook plug-in installed into Outlook because the administration server pushes all updates to workstations no matter what components of MP4 are installed.. Am I doing something wrong because I don't think this is ideal. Our updater task for the administration server is configured to download all updates and force them to be downloaded to the administration server for all components and modules. I believe the administration server should download these updates to it's repository, but we should be able to configure which updates are pushed out to workstations for the Global Updater task for MP4.
  6. Thank you for your assistance. I'm now in contact with KL Labs support to stop the download of the IDS Bases for our administration server, as we do not use Anti-Hacker, Firewall and IDS, have it installed for our workstations that are requiring a restart for this, and have the Anti-Hacker disabled by Policy.
  7. Okay. But we have component updates disabled for our updater task for all computers connected to our corporate enterprise network. Why are they all requesting a restart now? Is anyone else having this issue? As per the documentation from KL Labs, the mobile policy only applies to computers not connected to the same network as the administration server. Your support would be appreciated. Thanks Matt
  8. Does this update require a restart of the client computer? We have component updates disabled for our global update task for MP4, so in theory, NO computers connected to our corporate enterprise network should receive this update, if it's a component update. We have component updates enabled for our Mobile policy, so computers outside our corporate enterprise network will receive component updates for MP4. I've noticed this morning that nearly all of our workstations on our corporate enterprise network are showing "Restart required to apply update". Please advise..
  9. We are not experiencing issues with this anymore, and I don't see myself enabling module updates for MP4 until Kaspersky properly test auto-patches before releasing them to business customers. It's a shame this ongoing issue hasn't been addressed formally by KL Labs. I don't mean to flame..
  10. The issue does not affect all clients with auto-patch D installed. So the testing would of taken quite some time, though still...because of this we will better pilot test these auto-patches in the future. I wonder if KL Labs will do the same.
  11. Same for us. KL Labs, can you update users with the progress of the development with this.
  12. I see you have run missed tasks enabled. Other than notifiying the users via email/message etc the only thing I can think of is WOL. Do you use WOL? aka wake on lan
  13. Lovin The Capital Letters On Each Word Here Sorry I can't help, I don't really understand.
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