How to configure Kaspersky Update Utility for Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11 for Linux

 

Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11 for Linux

 
 
 

How to configure Kaspersky Update Utility for Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11 for Linux

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Latest update: June 26, 2020 ID: 15402
 
 
 
 
This article concerns:
  • Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11.1.0 for Linux (version 11.1.0.3013)
  • Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11.0.0 for Linux (version 11.0.0.2706)
 
 
 
 
  1. Download the archive containing the utility — Kaspersky Update Utility.
  2. Create a standard user.
  3. Create a directory for the utility (e.g. /mnt/ftp/upload/uu) and unpack the downloaded archive into the folder. Modify the directory rights.

mkdir –p /mnt/ftp/upload/uu/Updates && chown -R test /mnt/ftp/upload/uu && chmod -w -R /mnt/ftp/upload/uu/Bases

  1. Open the /mnt/ftp/upload/uu/Bases/updater.xml file as root user. 
  2. Find the KasperskyEndpointSecurityForLinux_10_SP1 section, rename it and modify its contents:

<name>KasperskyEndpointSecurityForLinux_11</name>
<version>11.0.0.2706</version>
<component>APD,APU,BLST2,CDB2,EMU,KDB,KSLS11,KSN,OSSL,QSCAN,SCO,SUPD,SW2,UDS,UMIDS,UPDATER,WA,WMUF,RETR1901,RETR1901_APD,RETR1901_APU,RETR1901_BLST2,RETR1901_CDB2,RETR1901_EMU,RETR1901_KDB,RETR1901_KSLS11,RETR1901_KSN,RETR1901_OSSL,RETR1901_QSCAN,RETR1901_SCO,RETR1901_SUPD,RETR1901_SW2,RETR1901_UDS,RETR1901_UMIDS,RETR1901_UPDATER,RETR1901_WA,RETR1901_WMUF</component>
<tree>index/u1313g.xml</tree>
<App>KSLS
11.0.0.2706</App>
<Arch>i386;x64</Arch>
<SysArch>i386;x64</SysArch>

  1. Open the mnt/ftp/upload/uu/updater.ini file. 
  2. Add the new component and modify its configuration:

[ComponentSettings]
KasperskyEndpointSecurityForLinux_11=true
[DirectoriesSettings]
ClearTempFolder=
true
MoveToCurrentFolder=
false
MoveToCustomFolder=
true
TempFolder=/tmp
UpdatesFolder=/mnt/ftp/upload/uu/Updates

  1. Run the utility as standard user:

/mnt/ftp/upload/uu/uu-console.sh -u

You should only run the utility as standard user. Running the utility as root user will reset the changes.

The contents downloaded by the utility will be placed in the /mnt/ftp/upload/uu/Updates folder. You can use the folder to run updates or perform uploads to an HTTP or FTP server.

 
 
 
 
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