You can define these policy settings only for Android devices.
If you do not want the mobile device user to be distracted by Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Android notifications, you can disable certain notifications.
Kaspersky Endpoint Security uses the following tools to display the device protection status:
All Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Android notifications are enabled by default.
On Android 13, the device user should grant permission to send notifications during the Initial Configuration Wizard or later.
An Android device user can disable all notifications from Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Android in the settings on the notification bar. If notifications are disabled, the user does not monitor the operation of the app and can ignore important information (for example, information about failures during device synchronization with Kaspersky Security Center). In this case, to find out the app operating status, the user must open Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Android.
To configure the display of notifications about the operation of Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Android on a mobile device:
Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Android will display the protection status notification only. The notification displays the device protection status (for example, ) and number of issues. The app also displays notifications when the user is working with the app (for example, the user updates anti-virus databases manually).
Kaspersky experts recommend that you enable notifications and pop-up messages. If you disable notifications and pop-up messages when the app is in background mode, the app will not warn users about threats in real time. Mobile device users can learn about the device protection status only when they open the app.
Mobile device settings are configured after the next device synchronization with Kaspersky Security Center.Page top