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  1. This is what you want to do. Through KSC, under 'Task for specific computer'. Create a task to run a Full Scan - For Workstations Run that task to all the workstations that are still coming up as 'Not scanned for a long time' after you initially deployed the patch.
  2. You now have to run a full scan to each machine you applied the patch_pf96. Your results should change after the full scan. It worked for us say the least.
  3. Do you know if Autopatch B for KSC 10 includes the fix for the 'not scanned in a long time' issue? http://support.kaspersky.com/9330
  4. My IT Manager and I applied the new 'not scanned for long time' patch yesterday and it appears it didn't fix anything. We created the installation package ( pf96 ) and ran the task. After the task was completed we had 20 machines that came up with errors and all the other clients came up successfully. For the ones that came up with an error, we simply had to turn on the clients for the fix. This morning, we checked the console and saw that it is still displaying 'no scanned for a long time' for nearly all machines. We pushed a scan to a test client and still nothing. We plan on troubleshooting it some more -- worst comes the worst we'll just contact Kaspersky support. We had HIGH hopes for the pf96 patch! :icon20: KES: KSC:10.0.3361
  5. To my understanding it is an update that will be deployed automatically through KSC. An email will be sent to all Business Enterprise users (IT personnel) once the new build has been released.
  6. I just off the phone with Kaspersky support. Release will be in June, it's not a whole new version just a different build number. Equivalent to a MS Service Pack.
  7. Nikolay - here is the log you requested. KL_syscure.zip
  8. All workstations have been rebooted, multiple times in fact. I don't think that's the case - I also un-installed the removal software(s), that way there wouldn't be a chance of a conflict.
  9. Hi All - We have just recently implemented Kaspersky as our Anti-Virus protection software. So far it’s been quite the roller coaster, from the initial deployment process to now managing the infected workstations. Server: Kaspersky Security Center 10.0.3361 running on Windows Server 2003 Workstations: Endpoint Security running on Windows 7 x64 Attached is a screen shot of our current infected workstations that is coming off the server report. I tried the usual suspects for malware removal tools, but still no luck. After running several scans, the PC shows that it is not infected (except for some minor cookies) with any Trojan but yet the next day on the Kaspersky Security Center Administration Server Report it reports it. I would like to know if there is any other software I can go ahead and run on these machines to eliminate these notices. The following tools I’ve already tried: >MalwareBytes >SuperAntiSpyware >ComboFix >TDSSKiller >Kaspersky Virus Removal >CCleaner (to delete temps)
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