To view the list of virtual machines and SVMs of a cluster in Kaspersky Security for Virtualization 3.0 Agentless:
Open Kaspersky Security Center Administration Console.
In the Managed computers node, select Clusters and server arrays.
Open the cluster's properties by selecting Properties on the shortcut menu.
In the left frame, select List of virtual machines.
In the right frame, you will see a table with the list of all SVMs and protected virtual machines on VMware ESXi hosts of the selected Kaspersky Security Center cluster.
The table represents the following details on each virtual machine (VM):
The list of virtual machines is not updated automatically. Use the Refresh list button to update the table.
While viewing the list of virtual machines, you can perform the following actions:
Release of antivirus database updates (required to protect your computer/server/mobile device)
Providing technical support over phone / web
Release of patches for the application (addressing detected bugs)
For the Secure Virtual Machine (SVM) with the File Anti-Virus component installed, the following system resources are required at minimum:
For the Secure Virtual Machine (SVM) with the Network Attack Blocker component installed, the following system resources are required at minimum:
Kaspersky Security Center 10 Service Pack 1 must be installed in order for Kaspersky Security For Virtualization Agentless to work on a corporate LAN.
The computer with the Kaspersky Security Center Administration Console installed must have Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 or later.
File Anti-Virus and Network Attack Blocker components support the work under NSX 6.1 in the vCNS 5.5 compatibility mode.
For the File Anti-Virus component to work properly, the VMware virtual infrastructure must meet the following software requirements:
The driver must be installed on the virtual machine protected by Kaspersky Security.
When you are installing the VMware Tools suite, make sure that the VMware Devices Drivers / VMCI Driver / vShield Drivers component has been installed. When VMware Tools suite is installed with default settings, it does not include the VMware Devices Drivers / VMCI Driver / vShield Drivers component.
For the Network Attack Blocker component to work properly, the VMware virtual infrastructure must meet the following software requirements:
The File Anti-Virus component protects virtual machines with the following guest operating systems:
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