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  1. I think once it is set in the admin server properties you just have to check the box. You could go into advanced settings and add a title or some such to make it easier to see at a glance what is hapening or to test though.
  2. I sometimes find some computers don't reboot after the install despite the fact that the deployment package says they should. In that case I run a batch file with shutdown /r commands in from a server with snmp installed.
  3. Just for the record admin kit ver 1152 and KAV ver 676 have worked flawlessly for me, solved all the silly problems I had gotten from the last set of updates. Much improved!
  4. If you open the task and then goto history, click on one of the failed machines select the top event. It should give more details on why it failed.
  5. I make sure the network agent is installed before I try and deploy the latest KAV version. At least that way I know in advance that the machine is ready for deployment. Makes diagnosing faults easier.
  6. I tend to install it on a clean machine (or as clean as possible) and goto the hard disk file share. The KPD file can be found at C:\kav\WinWorkstation\english on any machine on which it is installed.
  7. Remote deployment of ver 1152 does'nt work either. Have yet to visit the site to try a manual install, will keep you informed.
  8. Can you see copies of a machine in the unassigned section? For example:- ScottVPC ScottVPC-1 ScottVPC-2 if so try deleting the copies and synchronising the one that is left.
  9. Ok I have been having lots of fun with this latest version of admin kit and KAV for Workstations. Most of them are now ok but this one machine is a little odd. used to have network agent 1149 on without problems. The service for the network agent does'nt have a full path to the exe file. Basically instead of this "C:\Program Files\Kaspersky Lab\NetworkAgent\klnagent.exe" I only get "klnagent.exe" and the service does'nt start. Have obviously tried manual reinstalls as well as network deployments but all still look the same, any thoughts?
  10. Couple of ideas, possibly very silly. 1) Have you tried highlighting it and pressing the delete button? (can't say as I've ever used the delete option via a menu) 2) what happens if you remove the package from the share folder manually?
  11. Have you logged in as an administrator to the admin kit? Have you stopped the task before trying to delete it. If it still thinks it has something to do it won't let you delete the task.
  12. I have had this happen before. Uninstall and reinstall. If you can't do it so easily follow these steps. Reboot into safe mode. Disable the Kaspersky Network Agent service. Reboot normally. Uninstall. Reinstall.
  13. I am still getting this error. Have also had a few workstations on which I have manually installed 5.0.528 on which the admin kit cannot or will not see the application as being installed. Is there any resolution of this issue yet?
  14. No manual install does'nt work. I get the message "Error 1314. The specified path Data\ is unavailable." Fair point about the repeat entries. I should have looked for that. There was one which has now been deleted. The remote install still does'nt work though. In the history the reason for failure lists as "Remote installation failed on the host: Installer error: -3 (Required data not found in the Setup.iss file (i.e. unexpected dialog appeared).)" Which I assume would be the message from the manual install as well.
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