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  1. I would also assume the NVR vendors could give you some exclusions to apply within Kaspersky, so that AV does not mess with their process/service/files. That seems to be the best course of action here, rather than relying on old virus definitions.
  2. In your KSE console, go to Server Protection --> Protection for Hub Transport Role-->AV Scan Settings-->Change infected object from "Delete Object" to "Delete Message".
  3. I tried searching the forums for an answer, but could not find one.. On my Windows 8.1 Pro laptop with KES10 MR1 (10.2.1.23) Windows store apps will not work at all. Does anyone know the fix for this?
  4. Glad to hear it! I am running with the update installed and KES10.2.1.23 without issues. Just a FYI to other users..
  5. I have to agree: very strange and disappointing. However, I have been running KES10 MR1 on Win 8.1 Pro. I mentioned earlier there were some system lockups, but they appear to be gone now. Tasks and policies are applying from our Security center server. I guess not all implementations work though....
  6. I have been running KES10 MR1 on Windows 8.1 Pro... I never noticed anything that said 8.1 PRO was unsupported. Are there known issues with this? I have noticed a few random lockups and strange things happening...
  7. After I upgraded KSC, my policies for KES10.1 would not enforce. I ended up converting the policy to work with KES10.2 and deployed KES10.2. Never could figure out why KES10.1 policies would not enforce.
  8. Evgeny, I apologize for the delay... Everything has been resolved by uninstalling all components, and then installing the newest version of KSE. Its working great now. Thanks.
  9. That is correct. I would like to use an AD account, and it seems that KSE is designed to run with those kind of credentials anyway, so that SQL and AD access is granted to the same account.
  10. We had KSE 8.0.214 installed and it errored out needing repair. So I decided to go ahead and uninstall KSE and SQL server. I plan to install SQL server 2012 express and then KSE 8.3.325. I had tried an in-place upgrade for KSE and it failed due to permissions. I figure I can fix the permissions issue be reinstalling SQL server and specifying the domain admin as an SQL server admin.
  11. I'm doing something similar, but in my case kaspersky security for exchange was in an unusable state and also i want to reinstall sql server and start with a fresh database. Is there any danger in uninstalling sql server 2008 and reinstalling it with the new Kaspersky security for exchange package?
  12. I've asked Kaspersky support about this and they said it is designed that way on purpose. So we aren't supposed to be able to alter the timezone used in that backup summary.
  13. Since every client has different needs and each IT org has different goals, this list could vary greatly. I'll write down some thing I've done that help us... 1.) IF you don't want to monitor application vulnerability, disable that part of KES10. I found that Kaspersky's scan for this is VERY resource intensive. 2.) Separate managed computers group into desktops/laptops/etc. Then make sure you configure policies specifically for those types of devices... 3.) Give end users control over group tasks. That way if they need to make sure their computer is very responsive at a certain time, they can stop/restart virus-scan later. 4.) Don't use Wake-On-LAN. I've seen a number of people report problems with this... 5.) Make sure virus scan is not configured to scan mapped network drives. Use a daily task to scan your root system folder. 6.) Configure heuristics to medium/high on web AV and light on file AV (this assumes web browsing is your biggest threat surface) 7.) If you aren't using it already, USE WEB CONTROL! It rocks..especially for blocking ads/pornography/job search sites/etc. 8.) BE SURE DNS IS WORKING PROPERLY!!!! 9.) Occasionally empty out the container of unmanaged computers. 10.) Configure Network Agent to use IP address rather than FQDN. 11.) Occasionally empty out all the error logs in KSC. 12.) For my company, I opted to use a separate WSUS server not tied in to kaspersky...... On your issue: "Kaspersky Anti-Virus is not installed" but when remotely installing the application it reports "Running 50% - Kaspersky Security Center Network Agent (10.0.3361): The product is already installed on the computer. Nothing to do." - I think this is saying Network agent is already installed...I use two separate tasks for NA and KES10. Just run the installation for NA first, then KES10 after. As mentioned before, these can all vary greatly depending on the organization...
  14. Yep..I use AD groups to target users for our rules. I know its not the same..that's why i used "help" instead of "replace" :cb_punk: Love the web control!
  15. You can upgrade your Administration Kit to Security center and still manage your KAV6.0 clients. I would recommend that. We also manage around 100 devices. We use KES10 and KSC10. I stayed on KAV6.0 for our XP users but KES10 for Windows7/8 users. I don't have any daily annoyances with the product. I really like the web control component.......Though most places already have proxies in place to help with that aspect. One thing you may miss if you use it is the built-in anti-spam add-in for Outlook. KES8/10 does not have it.
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