Kaspersky Administration Kit supports centralized configuration of all types of responses to virus detections. All the appropriate settings can be found in a policy, since these are general anti-virus settings and not task settings.
However, centralized list of blocked hosts is not supported yet. To view blocked computers, the administrator needs to open the properties of each protected server separately. On the other hand, Kaspersky Administration Kit adds to the actions which can be automatically performed in case of virus outbreak.
Virus outbreak in terms of Kaspersky Administration Kit is different from virus attack in terms of Kaspersky Anti-Virus, though. Kaspersky Administration Kit bases outbreak detection on the number of virus detection events per specified period of time. If the frequency if virus detections exceeds the specified threshold a virus outbreak event is generated.
As a reaction to such events the administrator can configure automatic policy activation and task launch. E.g. switching to a policy with higher security level is a good measure. And in this case the administrator is not restricted to the Maximum protection security level, he can specify any custom level he considers appropriate for virus outbreak situations.
In other words, Kaspersky Anti-Virus only supports elevation of the real-time file system protection level to a predefined level while Kaspersky Administration Kit can be used to change any Anti-Virus settings.