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Endpoint Security 11 for Window Installation Fatal Error

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Dear Kaspersky

I am having fatal error when installing Endpoint Security 11 locally from my own computer.

Multiple reboot had been done however still the same.


After that I had tried install the Endpoint Security 11 only however result still the same.

Attached log file are my last attempt.


Kindly advice what I need to do to resolve it. 


Fatal error during installation.JPG




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Have you restarted this device after unsuccessful installation attempt ?

There is an error in install log: 

Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Windows -- You must restart your computer before proceeding with the installation.

You must restart your computer before proceeding with the installation.


We would need full GSI report next time.

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Hi EvGene,

Yes I had restart multiple time however still unable to install with the same error code.

In the last attempt I tried running Kaspersky Remover tools. After that restart and reinstall.

However after last attempt, Checking for Administration Server also failed.

May refer the GSI report my google drive https://drive.google.com/file/d/1tSJJksSd_Sb6zm5LIiaAF9a8y0qkDM11/view?usp=sharing

 I generate it after facing the error in below picture on the last attempt installation.


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Please provide us with Network agent installation logs and with klnagchk log.

Were there any KL products installed at this host previously?

Thank you!

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As already told we submitted an issue for the developers and they are investoating the problem now. 

We will inform you about any updates. 


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11 hours ago, tkwmm said:

Hi Polyfarlino


I did restart before the installation everytime.

And recently I had tried again with

deleting all thing in %temp% and also window/Temp folder.

after that restart and reinstall however problem still persist.
Attached my GSI file on this attempt




Please make sure of the following:

1. BFE (Base filtering engine) service is running

2. There are sufficient permissions for the registry entries: https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/networking/2011/06/14/the-windows-firewall-service-fails-to-start-registry-permissions/

Thank you.

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Please excuse, I am not a cooperate product user

but I strongly recommend that you disable secure boot functiona in BIOS/UEFI firmware and try install again.

it is highly likely that this method can be a workground.....

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