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  1. Could this be added in the future? Our default policy in our company is to disable network connectivity on a local machine if virus activity is suspected. However we cannot run a local scan without enabling local task management. However the default local task settings interfere with the group tasks and the local scanning defaults are too aggressive.
  2. The problem seems to have appeared on the new server :-/ I have created a new support request with the GSI report: INC000008544608
  3. Well my server (VM) died "Disk I/O error" (this is a virtual disk, not a physical one). Built a new VM server to host Kaspersky Security Centre from scratch, this issue hasn't reappeared...
  4. We have the same issue. Selecting software updates, right clicking and selecting "delete update files" gives us the following message: "update files have been successfully queued for removal and will be delete in a few minutes." Checking back again days later and the update is still there.
  5. I will get those trace files for you, probably tomorrow. Regarding the tasks, do you mean "Install update" or "install required update and fix vulnerabilities"?
  6. I have uploaded the GSI report and KES policy to a support request: Request ID: INC000008525649
  7. I do not see how this data is relevant for troubleshooting - however it does list our entire infrastructure which I am not willing to upload.
  8. No I have redone all policies from scratch, including KES. Today MS Excell 2013 seems to be slowing down dramatically, but not when File Anti-Virus is disabled.
  9. Yes I've just done so. Update: I have since cleared the folder c:\programdata\kasperskylab\adminkit\1093\.working\ftserver and wusfiles, deleted all tasks and re-created them and seeing what happens. I did so because it had used an additional 150gb since this morning (using a total of 670gb just for those two folders). I have also just received this error message from the new windows update sync task: "Assertion "nSize && nSize < 100*1024*1024" failed". Patch A has been installed already.
  10. No - the in-place upgrade was a disaster (it blocked keyboards amongst other things) and the old server had a host of other issues so we have done a brand new server and decomissioned the old one.
  11. I might add that we did not have this issue with KES 10 SP1 MR3/4.
  12. I started getting user complaints with file antivirus. What next?
  13. Great. Left last night and came back to a nearly bricked admin server - the HD was full. I've expanded the VHD but can't do that indefinitely. Under the install required updates I get this error: If it needs 100gb of space, why is it using so much? I hasten to add that that is with only security updates and drivers.
  14. The SQL server is the default installation from the Kaspersky setup on the same server host as the Security Center package. I have it listed as SQL Server 2014. The server manages ~250 hosts.
  15. No, there are no workstations requiring those languages (and it is even shown within Kaspersky Security Center that there are none). I have already patched the server with the above link. To provide an update, the folder C:\ProgramData\KasperskyLab has already grown to 229gb with only drivers and security patches.
  16. Yes, so why was it taking 10x times that after only completing 20% of the task? And why is it showing other languages when I have asked it not to?
  17. I have also configured it to only install EN-GB and EN-US updates, yet I see the following updates available: As beautiful as all these languages are, we have no need for them. Could this be a contributing factor?
  18. OK Working on it. There are a several production machines I am testing it on so it will take some time. Should find the component in a day or two.
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