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  1. Can anyone point me in the direction to download the Kaspersky Plugin for Labtech? According to Kaspersky documentation, it should be available through these means: Kaspersky Security Plug-in for LabTech is delivered as a free plug-in, which you can unpack and install on the computer that has LabTech Control Center installed. You can download the plug-in from Kaspersky Lab web site or from LabTech Solution Center. However, it isn't available in Solution Center and I can't find the download through the Kaspersky website. I am referencing these documents: https://help.kaspersky.com/MSP/LabTech1.0/en-US/133515.htm
  2. All KES installations are KES 10 Service Pack 1 MR 2, so no need to decrypt. Correct?
  3. Is AES module version changing in this upgrade? In other words, I have a handful of laptops deployed with full disk encryption and am wondering whether they would need to be decrypted prior to pushing out this upgrade.
  4. We are running KSC and KES all on the same versions - 10.2.434. I am considering upgrading everything to the latest: Kaspersky Security Center 10 Service Pack 2 (version 10.3.407.0): build with integrated patch A I've read the related documents and it seems pretty straight-forward: update KSC and then push out the updated agents/clients. Is it that straight-forward? I remember reading previous version upgraded required the removal of Kaspersky encryption before upgrading, but am not seeing that requirement for this version? thanks in advance!
  5. Given that the updates are pulling 4Mbps until they are finished when they should be ( according to your post ) averaging 512kbps, I am pretty certain it isn't working.
  6. They are attached in my first post.
  7. What is the difference between an Administration server and KSC? Aren't they the same?
  8. The "Install Update" task is running. Stopping that task discontinues the bandwidth usage. So the question becomes: why isn't the Install Update task adhering to the traffic management rules?
  9. I didn't check, though given the amount of bandwidth and the sustained length of time, it could have been a task to download/install updates.
  10. Not all the time as the client devices don't have any reason to pull that much data consistently. Instead, I see it when updates didn't apply due to workstations being offline, etc. This morning, for example, those 2 machines exceeded the Kaspersky traffic limit for approximately 3-4 hours.
  11. We are running the following versions: KSC: 10.2.464 patch d KES: Agent: 10.2.464 patch d AES Encryption Module: V1.1.0.73 I have traffic limitation configured for a specific subnet. The limit should be 512KB for specific hours. See attachment. Unfortunately, clients in that subnet aren't adhering to the policy. See attachment. 2 devices on that subnet are each utilizing 2Mbps against the KSC server ( ). Is there an additional setting I need to adjust?
  12. Wait. Ignore that last post. I created a new template based on the Vulnerabilities template and am able to modify it such that I can remove the summary info and just display the computer info. Thanks!