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KEP 10.2.5.301 policy issue? [In progress]

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Hi,

I have 2 KEP Policy running,

10.2.4.674

and now i noticed that some of the clients are upgraded to

10.2.5.301

 

I was told previously that the 10.2.4.674 policy also manages the 10.2.5.301 policy. is this correct?

 

I have a 10.2.5.301 machine and Service Desk are having issues with some of the remote functions so i think its policy related?

 

KSC 10.3.407

 

Thanks

 

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Hi,

I have 2 KEP Policy running,

10.2.4.674

and now i noticed that some of the clients are upgraded to

10.2.5.301

 

I was told previously that the 10.2.4.674 policy also manages the 10.2.5.301 policy. is this correct?

 

I have a 10.2.5.301 machine and Service Desk are having issues with some of the remote functions so i think its policy related?

 

KSC 10.3.407

 

Thanks

>>>I was told previously that the 10.2.4.674 policy also manages the 10.2.5.301 policy. is this correct?

Yes, you're correct. I was thinking at first that you were referring to KES10SP2.

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Hi,

I have 2 KEP Policy running,

10.2.4.674

and now i noticed that some of the clients are upgraded to

10.2.5.301

 

I was told previously that the 10.2.4.674 policy also manages the 10.2.5.301 policy. is this correct?

 

I have a 10.2.5.301 machine and Service Desk are having issues with some of the remote functions so i think its policy related?

 

KSC 10.3.407

 

Thanks

 

Hello,

 

is it acceptable to upgrade KSC server, agent and KES to the latest versions ?

What kind of "remote functions" have you encountered ?

Thank you.

 

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Hi,

I have 2 KEP Policy running,

10.2.4.674

and now i noticed that some of the clients are upgraded to

10.2.5.301

 

I was told previously that the 10.2.4.674 policy also manages the 10.2.5.301 policy. is this correct?

 

I have a 10.2.5.301 machine and Service Desk are having issues with some of the remote functions so i think its policy related?

 

KSC 10.3.407

 

Thanks

 

Hi

probably the system that suffer from remote problems is not in the group that KES 10.2.4 policy is applied.

Remember that KES by default disable remote desktop network activity. when you do not allow it in the policy and the system is not in the correct group , KES will disable RDP . in the related group and in policy tab you can see that the KES 10.2.4 is applied on the related system or not

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probably the system that suffer from remote problems is not in the group that KES 10.2.4 policy is applied.

Remember that KES by default disable remote desktop network activity. when you do not allow it in the policy and the system is not in the correct group , KES will disable RDP . in the related group and in policy tab you can see that the KES 10.2.4 is applied on the related system or not

 

Ok, am i correct in saying that both policies 10.2.4.674 + 10.2.5.301 are managed under the same policy? I have a machine here that has 10.2.5.301 and it looks to be managed under the 10.2.4.674 policy.

Cheers

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Ok, am i correct in saying that both policies 10.2.4.674 + 10.2.5.301 are managed under the same policy? I have a machine here that has 10.2.5.301 and it looks to be managed under the 10.2.4.674 policy.

Cheers

 

Hello,

 

yes, you're correct - http://support.kaspersky.com/12758#block5

is it acceptable to upgrade KSC server, agent and KES to the latest versions ?

What kind of "remote functions" have you encountered ?

Thank you.

 

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