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  1. To be clear you should have this in your certificate store :
  2. I think Kaspersky is using a root CA not deployed through Windows Update :
  3. Ok i found the origin of the problem i think. The KES 11 files are signed with a CA that is not known by Windows. I reproduced it also on Windows 10. You need to install the root certificate on your machine before you can download KES packages from KSC : 1) Download : the failing kes package (eventvwr.msc > Kaspersky logs) to find the url (ex : https://aes.s.kaspersky-labs.com/endpoints/keswin11/ ) 2) You need to click on "View Certificate" 3) Then install certificate, choose local computer and select "Trusted Root Certification Authorities" as target Once i did that i successfully imported the packages from KSC.
  4. I can't send any GSI : too big. Can't open a case as i'm not the main interlocutor of my organization and can't use the company account. I think it's something with my windows certificate : I get : System error 0x800B0109 (A certificate chain processed, but terminated in a root certificate which is not trusted by the trust provider.) Tried to add root certificates but didn't help. I use Windows Server 2012, did the windows update rebooted multiple times. I think my Windows is lacking some CA, i have only 39 CA :
  5. Same error too. Everything else is working fine. The problem appeared with KES : The only way i found to get the package is : 1. Manually download failing packages : https://aes.s.kaspersky-labs.com/endpoints/keswin11/ 2. Launch and choose extract path 3. In KSC, "remote installation" create a new package for Kasperky application and point to the extracted path. I can't guide you more because i have french version installed.
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