How to add a task into the trusted list in Kaspersky Anti-Virus 8.0 for Windows Servers Enterprise Edition

 

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How to add a task into the trusted list in Kaspersky Anti-Virus 8.0 for Windows Servers Enterprise Edition

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2012 Jan 23 ID: 4571
 
 
 
 

You can ensure stability of software sensitive to file intercepts by disabling resident protection of files accessed by processes of such software – create a list of trusted processes inside the trusted zone.

You can add a process into the trusted list in one of the following ways:

  • by selecting a process from the list of processes currently running on the protected server;
  • by selecting a process executable file at any time, even when the process is not running;
If a process executable file changes, Kaspersky Anti-Virus will remove this process from the trusted list.

How to add a trusted process:
  1. Right-click Kaspersky Anti-Virus in Kaspersky Anti-Virus console and select the command Configure trusted zone.
  2. Go to the tab Trusted processes in the dialogue box Trusted zone and enable the function Trusted processes by checking the box Do not monitor file activity of the specified processes.
  3. Select a process to add from the list of running processes or specify a process executable file.
    • Adding from the list of running processes:

      • Click the button Add.
      • Click the button Processes in the dialogue box Adding a trusted process.
      • Select a desired process in the dialogue box Active processes and click OK. Processes may be arranged by name, PID or executable file path.

        Your account should be in administrators group on the protected server to be able to view active processes running on it.

    • Adding executable file of a process on the protected server disk drive:

      • Click Add on the tab Trusted processes.
      • Click Browse in the dialogue box Adding a trusted process and select executable file of the process on the protected server local disk drive.
      • The file path and name will then appear in the box Adding a trusted process. You can use system environment variables in file paths, but not the user environment variables.

        Kaspersky Anti-Virus does not consider trusted a process if its executable file path does not match the one specified in the field Path to file on protected computer.


If you want to consider trusted a process started from a file which can be located in any folder, use the symbol in the field Path to file on protected computer. Selected executable file name will be displayed in the list of trusted processes tab Trusted processes.

 
 
 
 
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