Kaspersky Endpoint Security has following known issues and limitations:
If an application that collects information and sends it to be processed is installed on your computer, Kaspersky Endpoint Security may classify this application as malware. To avoid this, you can exclude the application from scanning by configuring Kaspersky Endpoint Security as described in this document.
Application functional settings can be modified by editing configuration files.
In Kaspersky Security Center, information about reserved keys is not displayed in the properties of managed devices.
In Kaspersky Security Center, local tasks may be listed twice in the properties of managed devices.
Changing the update source for a local update task disables automatic execution of the update task.
To exclude Safari network traffic from scanning by Kaspersky Endpoint Security, you need to add the following paths to the exclusion list:
After you create a policy profile for a Kaspersky Endpoint Security policy using Kaspersky Security Center Web Console and Cloud Console, you need to check that the settings are applied correctly on client computers.
On computers running macOS 11.0, when enabling FileVault disk encryption in policy settings, users with administrator rights can decrypt the startup disk of their Mac from System Preferences.
Changes in the proxy server options will be applied only after Kaspersky Endpoint Security is restarted.
Safari might not connect to a website with an untrusted certificate. You can add such a website to the exclusions or use another browser.
Kaspersky Endpoint Security version 11.1 can be used on macOS 12 with the following limitations:
The Kaspersky Endpoint Security icon is displayed incorrectly in application notifications.
Notifications about malware detection are not displayed. You can allow notifications in the operating system's Notifications preferences.
When downloading an anti-virus databases patch, the update is not finished until you close the window informing that Kaspersky Endpoint Security Daemon requires an update.
Kaspersky Endpoint Security can crash when starting a Quick Scan or Full Scan, and during basic setup of the application.
Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Mac version 11.1 cannot be installed on macOS 12.3 or later. If you are using these versions of macOS, you must install Kaspersky Endpoint Security version 11.2 Patch C or later.