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mzup   

The file is over 4Gig. I can try and break it apart and send via company account.

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1 hour ago, mzup said:

yes it is.

http://www.filedropper.com/gsi6lgeres-pcmzup07132017094801

Largest items are the event logs.

 

Here's screenshots of it.

screenshots.docx

Let's divide deployment task in two steps :

1. agent installation

2. KES installation

we see in KEL :

Network Agent data appear to be corrupted. #1205 I/o error 1205/0x0 ('The system cannot find the path specified.') occurred while working with file 'C:\ProgramData\KasperskyLab\adminkit\1103\data\gsinfo.lck'.

Please create a task of remote installation for agent in KSC console and launch it.

Have you had network agents of previous version on these machines before ?

Thank you.

 

 

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mzup   

Yes I had previous version of agent installed. Removed what was there and pushed out new version. Completed successfully.

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51 minutes ago, mzup said:

Yes I had previous version of agent installed. Removed what was there and pushed out new version. Completed successfully.

Do you mean that agents were installed successfully in all problem machines ?

Thank you.

 

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mzup   

So what is going on? What do I do now? I tried installing KAV again after the agent installed and got same error.

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mzup   

OK Did it. Installed agent without issue as usual. The Antivirus part still fails.

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9 hours ago, mzup said:

So what is going on? What do I do now? I tried installing KAV again after the agent installed and got same error.

Hello,

we see running KL drivers from previous KES versions in GSI report.

Please delete all drivers with mask C:\Windows\System32\drivers\kl*

Thank you.

 

 

 
   
   

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mzup   

there were drivers cause I had the agent installed. I just uninstalled the agent and checked the drivers folders as seen in the attached there is nothing there now. Yet I still cannot install KAV.

drivers.docx

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1 hour ago, mzup said:

there were drivers cause I had the agent installed. I just uninstalled the agent and checked the drivers folders as seen in the attached there is nothing there now. Yet I still cannot install KAV.

drivers.docx

The latest GSI you provide has been collected before the latest steps and contains information about leftover drivers from KES installation, and the installation itself fails to unlock some of the program files. Please make sure you have cleaned those up using kavremover, then collect a newer GSI log and attach it (at this time the system should be clean), then attempt to install KES, then if it fails, provide the newest installation logs.

Thank you.

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19 minutes ago, mzup said:

According to the report, KES drivers are still running in the system.

Please clarifty how you are using the kavremover utility, whether anything is auto-detected, and what result it shows. If it does not provide any results, try rebooting the host in Safe Mode and running it again. Please provide the kavremover log afterwards.

Thank you.

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