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  1. I just got off the phone with Support. Turns out I installed the Remote Admin Console instead of the actual Server application. Oops.
  2. I'm having the same issue. same credentials used under 10.5. AD account not locked out.
  3. I did some registry spelunking and it appears that there's a Kaspersky Outlook Anti-virus addin that's littered through out and that's what Security center is seeing.
  4. I said v. 10 in my post but specifically 10.5.1781
  5. We use Security Center 10 and in Software updates it still shows three versions of Endpoint Security still needed by a few machines - but all workstations have 11.0.1.90 installed. I've tried uninstalling/reinstalling (via add/remove programs and the KAVremover tool) a few times and ...those few workstations still report they need an older update.
  6. Updated Kaspersky: That was it! Thank you so much.
  7. GSI too large to attach. Here's DB link. https://www.dropbox.com/s/3t3fz5qdeimghfs/GSI6_LBINFINIXCONF_jolsen_08_03_2017_10_48_04.zip?dl=0
  8. I found this in: List of private patches and fixes included with Kaspersky Endpoint Security 10 Service Pack 1 Maintenance Release 3 pf1633 1671107 Citrix GoToMeeting unable to connect But apparently it didn't get rolled in to SP2 because it still can't connect.
  9. I found this in: List of private patches and fixes included with Kaspersky Endpoint Security 10 Service Pack 1 Maintenance Release 3 pf1633 1671107 Citrix GoToMeeting unable to connect But apparently it didn't get rolled in to SP2 because it still can't connect.
  10. Did you ever figure out a solution to this? We have KES 10 SP2 and still can't use Gotomeeting without shutting off the KES service. It's annoying to our users and a waste of time for us.
  11. Thanks - I did that when I created the policy. This is standalone but it's _still_ not applying to the workstation.
  12. Running Kaspersky security 10 with Endpoint 10.2.5.3201. I have a device control policy in place for our entire domain. I need one computer to have full user access. I created a new group and moved the single computer to it. I created a new policy without the device restriction and made it active. I enforced the policy - it goes green. But when we try to plug a usb stick in we get the red error dialogue of doom. I've tried changing the policy and applying but, it looks like it applies, but it's still denying. We've tried restarting - no good. Why is this, supposedly applying policy change, not applying?
  13. We're having the same issue here. User can't get to Webex unless we disable Endpoint Security.. V. 10.2.5.3201 (mr3)
  14. I'm not sure how that's easy. I created a new group under Managed Devices. It's inheriting the policy from the main group and that has the 'device control' policy locked. I was watching a training video on the kaspersky support site about policy inheriting. It says that the only way that I can overrule the inherited policy is to unlock it in the master policy and then create a child policy that will override the master. The only problem is I unlock Device Control on the master policy - click apply and close the policy. I see it apply to all the affected computers but then ....I open the master policy back up and it's locked again. How do unlock it permanently?
  15. Sorry - I always forget to do that. It's Security Center v. 10.3.407 AV version 10.2.5.3201
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