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  1. Hi, I have run the update task but the Linux client is still showing "invalid black list" for license. I think the trouble I am having is that I don't have a valid license for Linux clients. I am not sure which one of the licenses listed in the above screenshot is for Linux. I have tried all of these licenses for the Linux client. How can I add, and where can I get a trial license for Linux? "Kaspersky Endpoint Security 10 SP1 for Linux". Sam
  2. Hi Fatih, I have managed to create & deploy the task from KSC. On top of that, managed to install kesl via KSC as well, so my first issue is solved. Now, I have a problem with licensing As it is a trial, I have loaded the licences (not sure but have a few licenses, not sure how I got them). The Windows clients licenses are ok, however, on the Linux client: /opt/kaspersky/kesl/bin/kesl-control --app-info Name: Kaspersky Endpoint Security 10 SP1 for Linux Version: 10.1.0.5960 Key status: Invalid black list License expiration date: 2019-02-27 Storage state: No objects in Storage Storage space usage: Storage size is unlimited Last run date of the Scan_My_Computer task: Never run Last release date of databases: N/A Anti-virus databases loaded: No Anti-virus database records: N/A KSN state: Off File monitoring: Unavailable due to databases issue Integrity monitoring: Unavailable due to databases issue From the "invalid black list" output of the license status, I assume the key is invalid? I am not sure if I have the correct licences (attached licences from KSC "KSC licences.JPG"). I have assigned the Linux package the "Kaspersky Security for WS and FS"). Cheers, Sam
  3. Hi all, I am currently configuring Kaspersky Security Center 10 for a customer with trial licenses. After we know that it the solution will work as we want (Windows/Linux, offline updates), then we will purchase licensing. I'm trying to install kesl 10 on Linux clients via netagent. It fails with error: "Cannot find package file 'kesl-10.1.0-5960.x86_64.rpm". I can understand why it can't find it because I have not copied it anywhere. Exactly where do I copy the rpm to? When I install the rpm directly on the Linux host, it does not get the license, hence it shows as "protection off" on the administration console. I'm confused as to how to deploy Linux packages. Your assistance is greatly appreciated.
  4. Hi guys, I would like to add to this. I am currently configuring Kaspersky Security Center 10 for a customer with trial licenses. After we know that it the solution will work as we want (Windows/Linux, offline updates), then we will purchase licensing. I am facing the exact same issue as above. Logs state "Cannot find package file 'kesl-10.1.0-5960.x86_64.rpm'". Exactly WHERE DO I COPY THIS FILE TO? I cannot find in documentation I have looked at, nor Kaspersky forums. If I cannot get this working, then I cannot give the all OK to purchase Kaspersky licenses. cheers, Sam
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