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  1. Yes. After the user is logged into the laptop, the users were turning off their Kaspersky so that they wouldn't disconnect from the wifi. Thank you.
  2. After windows logon, the wifi connects for a period of time, then disconnects. You cannot reconnect back to the wifi in any way, shape or form unless you restart the laptop again. If Kaspersky is disabled, the laptop never disconnects and will stay connected to the wifi. Thanks
  3. We have a group of Lenovo laptops (various models) with Windows 7. We have installed on them is Kaspersky Endpoint Security 10 for Windows and Kaspersky Security Center Network Agent. If we have an Ethernet cable plugged into the laptops and use the network and Internet, we have no issues. When we use the wifi on the laptops instead, there is an interference with the network connection and the laptop becomes very slow. If we disable Kaspersky, then the wifi works as normal. Why would Kaspersky be interfering with the wifi connection on the laptops? Thanks in advance.
  4. I was able to find a work around to this. I realized if I exported the SCAN (default) task and imported it back into the Tasks for Specific Computers, I now have a separate SCAN task. I changed the name, computer group and scheduled time and it works like a charm. I have a "SCAN" for each on of my groups running at different times now. Thanks.
  5. I have two different installation packages for Kaspersky Endpoint Security 8. One is version 8.1.0.1042 and the other is version 8.1.0.831. Which one is the latest and greatest that I should be using? Also, the Security Center Network agent is at version 9.3.75. Thanks.
  6. Good Point. Thanks for the in sight.
  7. I have Kaspersky Security Center Version 9.3.75. Right now we have the settings in place for a usb to be scanned as soon as someone inserts it into the port. But, the user has the option to abort the scan. How can I change this so the user CANNOT abort the scan? Thanks.
  8. Yes it does. That reports has always showed data, but the individual reports on a computer just won't show - hence why I wanted to change the date range. Thanks.
  9. That is what I was trying to do in the first place, but I can't seem to find where to change the date range. Thanks.
  10. Also, here is a snapshot of the information you are asking for ...where the events are stored....
  11. Hi, The first screen shot is the window showing there are viruses found and incurable objects. Then clicking on the link called "View report on detected viruses" which is screen shot number 2. You will notice the report is blank. Thanks.
  12. Kaspersky Security Center Kaspersky Lab Version: 9.3.75
  13. Everything is currently at the defaults. No special settings. Thanks.
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