How to install a Kaspersky Anti-Virus 8.0 for Windows Servers Enterprise Edition key file

 

Kaspersky Anti-Virus 8.0 for Windows Servers Enterprise Edition

 
 
 

How to install a Kaspersky Anti-Virus 8.0 for Windows Servers Enterprise Edition key file

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2012 Jan 24 ID: 5031
 
 
 
 

You can add a key file in the following ways:

  • During installation of the Anti-Virus:
    • During local installation by adding the key file to the Anti-Virus distribution package before installation or by entering the key file path during the installation process.
    • During installation via the Kaspersky Administration Kit by adding the key into the installation package in the process of creating the package.
    • During installation via the command line by adding the key file to the Anti-Virus distribution package before installation or using a special command line argument

      LICENSEKEYPATH = <key_file_name_and_full_path_to_file>.

    • When installing via a Group Policy by adding the key file to the Anti-Virus distribution package before installation.

  • After installing Ant-Virus:
    • Via Kaspersky Administration Kit by a remote key distribution task.
    • Locally via the Anti-Virus Console:
      In the Anti-Virus Console, right-click the Licenses node and choose Install.
    • Locally using the command line

      KAVSHELL LICENSE [/ADD:<key_file_name_and_full_path_to_file> [/R] | /DEL <serial number>].
      /ADD — adds a key file with the given name.
      /R — complements the key /ADD. Adds a reserve key file.
      /DEL <serial number> — removes the key with the serial number.

      Examples:

      KAVSHELL LICENSE /ADD:C:/License.key — add the key from the given file;
      KAVSHELL LICENSE — obtain information about installed keys;
      KAVSHELL LICENSE /DEL 0000-000000-00000001 — delete the existing key with serial number 0000-000000-00000001.

      Keyless KAVSHELL LICENSE command returns the following information about the installed key files:
      • serial number of the key;
      • key type (for beta testing, commercial or trial);
      • expiration date;
      • whether the key is a reserve one. If the symbol * is shown, then the key is a reserve one.

 
 
 
 
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