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    Dear Kaspersky Lab Thank you for offering this excellent tool making Office 365 more secure. I signed up for the beta and completed the scenario. One piece of feedback was that the Information Pane did not update or refresh automatically. I did not see infromation until I pressed F5 in the browser. I am using Chrome as browser. Sincerely, Simon
  2. If you want to test protection on fileshares, I can recommend to download the (free) tool 'AEC Crypt'. Install it on a client then right click on a folder on a shared drive and select Encrypt. When I tested, I managed to encrypt 5 files before protection kicked in - then connection was dropped and the 5 files were restored automatically and the client was denied access to the file server for X amount of minutes. Quite brilliant :-)
  3. What I mean is that the C:\....\adminkit\1093 folder is still at 212,5 GB. We would very much like to reclaim (some of) this space. To my understanding, this folder is used to generate the install packages (of patches) to all clients. If this space is not eventually cleared, then we will not have space for additional packages installations. In other words, if there is not an automatic cleanup process in KSC this folder will just continue to grow forever. I don't believe that is the case, but would like to know if it is possible to trigger this cleanup mechanism. I have already deleted all old install tasks from KSC, but apparently that makes no difference in space usage.
  4. Thank you, but unfortunately that does not solve our problem of excessive disk usage on the C: drive.
  5. I believe you cannot use this feature with a Select agreement. To my knowledge System Management features are only available to KES Advanced and KES Total users.
  6. Thank you, but I did that initially to save space on the C: drive. What I am looking for is a solution that will actually clean up the used disk space. 200GB used on both C: and D: is way too much disk space wasted. Your own recommendations are 'at least 100GB' - in our case almost 400GB are consumed by this feature. That seems a bit excessive and I get the feeling that old patches (that have already been deployed) are still saved on the system. Eventually, this will end up costing Terabytes of disk space if there is no cleanup mechanism. As per your recommendations, I have turned off 'Use KSC as WSUS server', but disk space is not being cleaned up by this. Can I delete the contents of \wsusfiles from D:? How about the \1093 folder on the C: drive, how can I clean that up?
  7. Database size: 3525,0 MB (Size of data: 3248,6 MB, Number of Events: 4888) I have only selected a few applications to be downloaded, mainly Office 2013 & Office 2016, Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016. (see screenshots wsus1-wsus4) However, on the Updates Categories, all categories are selected. (see screenshot wsus5) The way I understand this is that e.g. critical updates are only downloaded for the above applications but is that correct? Languages selected are only Danish and English (US)
  8. By the way, disk space is rapidly filling up. This morning I expanded both drives by 20GB each. Within two hours both drives were full again. C:\....\adminkit\1093 is now 212,5 GB D:\...\wsusfiles is now 218,2 GB Please let me know how I can stop the drives from filling up and how to clean up the folders. We have a limit on how much I am able to expand the drives. Unfortunately, I am now unable to log into KSC because of the low disk space. I have the option to expand a little more, but I am hesitant to do it until I know how to stop the drives from filling up.
  9. Last KLBACKUP size (from yesterday) is 5,52 GB. Can you please tell me where I can check the size of the KAV database?
  10. Hi We are running versions: KSC 10.4.343 Network Agent 10.4.343 KES 10.3.0.6294 When using patch management we are experiencing extreme disk usage. C:\ProgramData\KasperskyLab\adminkit\1093 is using 180GB disk space. D:\KasperskyLab\wsusfiles is using 190+GB disk space. Both are quite a bit above the minimum 100GB recommended disk space. Use administration server as WSUS server = Enabled. Windows Update search mode = Active. There are no old 'install patches & upgrades' tasks in KSC. When starting a new patch install task, e.g. for 34 Security Updates for Microsoft Excel 2010 disk space usage on the KSC server is growing with at least 10GB on both drives. There are no Service Packs among the Security Updates so I find it a bit excessive that disk usage is growing so much. My questions is, how can I clear up old data from C:\ProgramData\KasperskyLab\adminkit\1093 and D:\KasperskyLab\wsusfiles ? Oldest entry in C:\ProgramData\KasperskyLab\adminkit\1093\.working\FTServer is from November 10th 2016. Should these old files not be cleaned up somehow, when they are not needed from existing tasks? Thank you in advance.
  11. I can confirm this 'strange behaviour' of tasks. We have a task "Find vulnerabilities and missing patches" running each Wednesday. Run missed tasks is NOT enabled. Expected behaviour: Laptops that are not online on Wednesday will not be scanned by this task until next Wednesday when the task starts again. (Because the task was originally MISSED and we don't have Run missed tasks enabled). What happens: Thursday morning when the laptops come into the office and get in touch with KSC, the task starts, even though the Run missed tasks checkbox is NOT ticked. This might be by design, but I agree with the original poster that the wording of the check boxes could be better, or the explanation in the manual could be rewritten.
  12. You should be able to access the zipped file from this link: https://1drv.ms/u/s!AvUxstTxPeZHgYE5MrWimKYs68wgYw Please let me know if you have any issues getting access to the file.
  13. I have a zipped file now, size 10mb. How would you like to receive the file?
  14. I have disabled everything now (i.e. removed the checkmark from all 'enable' boxes under Endpoint Control and Anti-Virus Protection, I even disabled Self-Defense). It still takes several seconds to open and display a photo. When completely exiting the KES client, Photos displays immediately.
  15. I can confirm this issue. When exiting the KES Client application on the client computer, Photos open and displays the image immediately. When KES Client is running, the Photos application opens but only displays a black (blank) screen for several seconds before the image is displayed. Network Agent: 10.3.407 KES Version: 10.2.5.3201 Client OS: Windows 10 version 1607 (build 14393.693)
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