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KL 102.80: Kaspersky Anti-Virus for Windows Workstations and Servers

This course shows how to install Kaspersky Administration Kit, remotely deploy Kaspersky Anti-Virus, set up updating and notifications, enforce a protection policy, run virus scans, and do other typical actions of an anti-virus security administrator. All data is relevant to Kaspersky Administration Kit 8.0 and Kaspersky Anti-Virus 6.0 MP4.

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Basic Concepts This part discusses how managing anti-virus protection of a network is different from using anti-virus on a personal computer, how the scale changes approaches to setting up protection policies, running scan tasks and dealing with viruses. The part also introduces Kaspersky Administration Kit as the system that helps control Kaspersky Anti-Virus across the network.

Unit 1. Deployment

Overview This chapter explains how to plan the deployment of an anti-virus protection system, where to start, what the usual problems are, and how to solve them.
Chapter 1.1. Installing Administration Server In this chapter you will learn how to install Kaspersky Administration Kit: what the system requirements are, what decisions you have to make and what depends on them.
Chapter 1.2. Remote Access to Administration Server This chapter describes how to set up your workstation to remotely manage Kaspersky Administration Kit: how to install Kaspersky Administration Console, how to connect the Console to the Server, and how the connection works.
Chapter 1.3. Remote Installation Methods This chapter overviews the usual ways to remotely deploy applications across different kinds of network: how each method works, what makes it useful in a particular situation, and what the limits of each method are.
Chapter 1.4. Deployment Status Information This chapter shows where in the interface of Kaspersky Administration Kit you can find useful information for planning the deployment, deploying, and assessing the deployment of Kaspersky Anti-Virus and Network Agent.
Chapter 1.5. Push Installation Methods This chapter considers in greater detail the two methods of remote deployment that give immediate results: using Windows built-in technologies (administrative shares and RPC) and using Kaspersky Network Agents. You will also learn of the usual problems with Windows-based deployment, e.g. simple file sharing of built-in Windows firewall, and when and how you can avoid them.
Chapter 1.6. Deployment Wizard This chapter walks you through the deployment wizard which is the primary way to deploy applications in Kaspersky Administration Kit. You will learn what options you have, what decisions you have to make, how this options and decisions are interdependent.
Chapter 1.7. Deployment Tools This chapter presents installation packages and deployment tasks, which are the real deployment tools behind the deployment wizard. You will learn where different installation parameters are located, how to add a new application to the Administration Server repository, what is possible to do with deployment tasks, which is not possible with deployment wizard, where to look for detailed installation results, and how to make sense of typical error descriptions. This chapter also explains how Kaspersky Administration Server discovers computers in the network, so you can choose them as targets in deployment tasks and wizards.
Chapter 1.8. Additional Deployment Methods This chapter explains how to use Kaspersky Administration Kit to simplify other deployment methods: using login scripts, using group policy objects, and using standalone packages. You will learn what decisions you have to make, what actions you have to take, and what actions you do not have to take as Kaspersky Administration Kit takes care of them automatically.
Chapter 1.9. The Structure of Managed Computers This chapter shows how to create subgroups of managed computers, how to put computers into groups, and how to avoid doing this by configuring computer relocation rules. The chapter also explains why you may need multiple groups in the first place and how you can import the group structure form Active Directory of from the Network Neighborhood.
Chapter 1.10. License Management This chapter explains how Kaspersky licensing works in the case of Kaspersky Anti-Virus and describes how you can use Kaspersky Administration Kit to distribute license keys to the network computers and to see which computers have which license and when the licenses will expire.

Unit 2. Maintenance

Overview This is an introductory chapter describing what this course understands by maintenance, what you usually do to support an anti-virus protection system, and how Kaspersky Administration Kit helps you in this.
Chapter 2.1. Protection Status Monitoring This chapter describes all the various ways you can find information about virus incidents in Kaspersky Administration Kit. You will learn how to use events, reports, dashboards, statuses, and repositories, and how to change what you see there.
Chapter 2.2. Real-Time Protection Management This chapter explains the meaning and usage of all parameters related to the real-time protection, all the protection components, exclusions, traffic interception settings and son on. Additionally you will learn about the policies in Kaspersky Administration Kit, where all the aforementioned parameters are configured — how to create policies, how to enforce them, how they influence each other.
Chapter 2.3. Remote Virus Scan Management This chapter introduces virus scan task, how to manage them in a network, what the scanning parameters are, what the recommended settings are, how they are different from local scans.
Chapter 2.4. Interaction with User In this chapter you will learn how to protect the anti-virus from the users’ trying to disable or uninstall it, and more generally how you can define which parts and actions of Kaspersky Anti-Virus are visible to users and which are not.
Chapter 2.5. Basic Management for Mobile Computers This chapter shows how to define special settings for computers that are temporarily away from the network and cannot connect and report to the Administration Server.
Chapter 2.6. Centralized Updating This chapter explains how Kaspersky Administration Kit automatically updates Kaspersky Anti-Virus databases and how you can change the settings to accommodate different scenarios.
Chapter 2.7. Backup and Restore This chapter describes how to create and more importantly how to restore from a backup copy

In this course you will find two sorts training materials: slides and demonstrations. Slides mainly explain the principles of how this or that feature works and how you usually use it. Demonstrations specifically show how to do things in Kaspersky Administration Kit and what the expected results of these doings are. Tutorials show the same actions as demonstrations. The difference between them is that in demonstrations you simply watch whereas in tutorials you have to complete all the actions yourself in a simulated environment. Both the slides and the demonstrations (tutorials) are voiced.

Student Prerequisites

Basic experience with Windows operating systems and networking.

System Requirements

To fully experience this training you need the following:

  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or later
  • Flash Player 9 or later
  • Minimum display resolution 1280×960
  • Sound card, speakers or a headphones for listening to voice-over

If your display resolution is less than 1280×960, we recommend using the Low Resolution Version.

NB: If access to the course is granted, but flash movies are not downloaded properly, please ensure that outbound TCP connections to the port 8080 are not blocked by any kind of Firewall (local or on the gateway).


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