Changes made to Kaspersky Security Center 10 as compared to Kaspersky Security Center 9.0:
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)
System requirements for Administration Server installation:
Supported virtual platforms:
System requirements for Administration Console installation:
Apache 2.2.9 or higher, 32-bit (for Windows);
Apache 2.2.9 or higher, 32/64-bit (for Linux).
Kaspersky Security Center Web-Console is managed via a web browser.
The following are the types and versions of web browsers, and the types and versions of operating systems that you can use to work with the application.
System requirements for Network Agent installation:
The host with Network Agent that will be acting as Update Agent, should meet the following requirements:
The Microsoft Gold Certified Partner Status shows that Kaspersky Lab has the highest qualification level in developing software compatible with Microsoft software and is a reliable, experienced, pioneer company in its field.
The status of Microsoft Gold Certified Partner for Security Solutions is reserved for Microsoft Certified Partners who have demonstrated significant success in providing information security solutions based on Microsoft technologies.
Microsoft Gold Certified Partner Status gives priorities among other companies recommended by Microsoft Company for partnership.
Kaspersky Lab has been granted Red Hat Ready partner status. Red Hat Company is a vendor of the most popular and commercially successful distributive of the Linux operating system. Red Hat Ready partner status attests to the fact that Kaspersky Labs products are optimized for Red Hat Enterprise Linux platforms. Membership offers a range of benefits, including the inclusion of Kaspersky Labs in the list of companies which Red Hat recommends to current and potential clients.
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