How Kaspersky Security 3.0 Light Agent works when the SVM is unavailable

 

 

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How Kaspersky Security 3.0 Light Agent works when the SVM is unavailable

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2014 Mar 05 ID: 10805
 
 
 
 

For correct functioning, Kaspersky Security 3.0 Light Agent must be connected to the Secure Virtual Machine (SVM).

By default, the SVM search option is enabled in Kaspersky Security 3.0 Light Agent:

  1. As soon as Kaspersky Security 3.0 Light Agent is installed and running on a virtual machine, it receives the information about available SVMs on all hypervisors of the virtual infrastructure. By default, Kaspersky Security 3.0 Light Agent connects to the SVM installed on the same hypervisor.

  2. If the SVM is unavailable on the hypervisor where Kaspersky Security 3.0 Light Agent is installed, the application selects an available SVM with the least number of client machines from another hypervisor. In this case, virtual machines are protected but no tags can be specified for these protected virtual machines.

  3. As soon as the SVM on the same hypervisor becomes available, Kaspersky Security 3.0 Light Agent connects to it.

In some cases, you may need to disable the SVM search option and specify an SVM manually.

If Kaspersky Security 3.0 Light Agent is not connected to any SVM for more than 30 minutes, it notifies Kaspersky Security Center that protection components are disabled. 

 
 
 
 
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