Known issues in Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11 for Linux and ways to resolve them

 

Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11 for Linux

 
 
 

Known issues in Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11 for Linux and ways to resolve them

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Latest update: January 24, 2022 ID: 15839
 
 
 
 

All operating systems

  • The Real-time protection task might not block access to the files in virtual pseudo file systems.
    We recommend that you use the mount command to connect network or local partitions.
  • Mounting NTFS with the default_permissions option may cause the operating system to stop responding.
    That’s why we recommend mounting NTFS partitions without the default_permissions option. If it is necessary to use this option, mount the NTFS partitions in the following way:

# mount /dev/NTFS-DEVICE /mnt/ntfs_disk
# mount /dev/NTFS-DEVICE /mnt/ntfs_disk -o remount,default_permissions

  • When using the CIFS (SMB V1) protocol, creating files in a network partition may take up to 30 seconds. We recommend that you disable CIFS oplocks and switch to the V2 version of the protocol:
    1. Add the following to the smb.conf file on the server’s side:
oplocks = False 
level2 oplocks = False
    1. Use the parameter vers=2.0 for connecting the network partition. For example: 
# mount //server_address/share /mnt/smb/ -o guest,vers=2.0

Astra Linux

  • kesl-supervisor won’t start during installation of Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Linux on Astra Linux Common Edition. See this article for instructions.
 
 
 
 
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