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hafizaswant

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  1. Hi, We manage to solve the issue as per incident. We already update the ticket and already close the ticket. Thank you.
  2. Hello The issue is different from described here and described in the incident. However, the issue were happened using the image that attached in the incident. Thank you.
  3. Hello, We received the answer and we already tried as per given answer. However, we facing a different error and we already submit a feedback in the created incident. Thank you.
  4. Dear KLAB Expertise, We are facing a difficulty on deploying SVM to others Network Segment. The error stated that "Can't create import specification.Host did not have any virtual network defined." On the host that we are using to deployed the SVM image through KSC currently attached to the network. Our Vcenter is on segment: "172.18.213.xxx. But we want to deploy the SVM to the segment: 172.18.60.xxx. Attach is a SVM deployment log and also screen capture for your kind perusal & references. Kindly assists. Case ID: INC000010278966 SVM Deployment Error.zip
  5. Dear KLAB Expertise, For some reasons, we are deploying the SVM version 5 manually through our host. However, after completed deployed the SVM version 5, we unable to login using username:root password:123456. This credentials we refer back to version 4. May we have the default credentials so that we can configure the parameters for the SVM. Here is the case id INC000010265299
  6. Hi, For datasheet, please refer to this link : https://media.kaspersky.com/en/business-security/Kaspersky-Security-for-Virtualization-Datasheet.pdf Maybe your side could elaborate more about SVA referring to this datasheet.
  7. Hi, I would like to ask information for Kaspersky Security for Virtualization regarding on SVM and Light Agents. From my understanding, SVM is a data transmitted between light agent that has been installed into virtual clients and integration servers. Light Agents will get a license and also signature update from SVM. But how about full virus scan tasks? Is it SVM will scan all the virtual clients or the light agents itself will scan the virtual clients? I've read on datasheet for Kaspersky Security for Virtualization. It is stated there about SVA. What is SVA? Is it same with SVM that we deployed to Vcenter through intergration server? Kindly assists.
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