How to uninstall Kaspersky Security for Virtualization 1.1

 

 

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How to uninstall Kaspersky Security for Virtualization 1.1

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2012 Nov 30 ID: 8297
 
 
 
 

Applies to:
  • Kaspersky Security Center 9.0
  • Kaspersky Security for Virtualization 1.1
  • Kaspersky Security for Virtualization 1.1 installation consists in removing secure virtual machines (SVM) from ESXi hypervisors.

    You can delete the application from a single ESXi hypervisor or from several ESXi hypervisors within a single vCenter server at once.

    Before uninstalling, make sure the following virtual infrastructure components are enabled and accessible in the network:

    • The virtual machines to delete.

    • vCenter server.

    • vShield Manager.
    How to uninstall Kaspersky Security for Virtualization 1.1:
    • Launch the Administration console.

    • Select the Administration server <server_name> in the console node tree.

    • Click the Install / Delete / Change SVMs configuration link in the Deployment section to start the application installation wizard.

    • Select an action with the virtual machine.

      Select Delete and click Next.

    • VMware vCenter Server connection properties

      Enter vCenter IP address or FQDN in the VMware vCenter Server address field. Then enter login and password of the user account to be used for connecting to the vCenter server. The user account should have a permission to delete virtual machines.

      Click Next.



    • VMware ESXi host selection

      The window displays the information about all the ESXi hypervisors within a particular vCenter server. You can also see the installed application version in corresponding column. You can select any available ESXi hosts by checking corresponding boxes.

      Click Next to proceed to the next step.



    • SVMs registration cancellation in vShield Manager

      Enter the credentials to cancel the SVMs registration in the vShield Manager console:

      vShield Manager IP address - vShield Manager virtual machine IP.
      User Name – vShield Manager connection administrator account.
      Password – administrator account password.

      Click Next to proceed to the next step.



    • Confirm removal

      This step displays the info about the number of SVMs to be deleted along with a final warning.

      Click Next to proceed to the next step.



    • Removal

      The wizard will then cancel the SVMs registration in the vShield Manager console, switch off the virtual machine, and delete it from the ESXi host storage.

    • Removal results

      The wizard displays the results of the removal process. Click Close to finish the wizard.
     
     
     
     
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