The Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Android installation package is the
sc_package.exe self-extracting archive. The archive includes files required for installing mobile app on devices:
AdbWinUsbApi.dll– Set of files required for installing Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Android.
installer.ini– Configuration file that contains the Administration Server connection settings.
KES10_xx_xx_xxx.apk– Setup file for Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Android.
kmlisten.exe– Utility for delivering the application installation package through a the workstation.
kmlisten.ini– Configuration file that contains the settings for the installation package delivery utility.
kmlisten.kpd– Application description file.
To create the Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Android installation package:
The Installation Package Creation Wizard starts. Follow the instructions of the Wizard.
sc_package.exeself-extracting archive included in the distribution kit.
If you have already unpacked the archive, choose the application description file,
kmlisten.kpd. The application name and the version number appear in the entry field.
You must accept the terms and conditions of the End User License Agreement for creating the installation package. If you accept the terms of License Agreement in the Administration Console, Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Android skips the acceptance step during installation of the app.
If you decide to stop the protection of the mobile devices, you can uninstall Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Android app and revoke your End User License Agreement (EULA) for the app. To learn more about revoking EULA, please refer to the Kaspersky Security Center help.
After the Wizard finishes, the created installation package appears in the Installation packages folder workspace. The installation packages are stored in the Packages folder, in the public shared folder on the Administration Server.
To configure the installation package settings:
Depending on the Administration Server name format for the Mobile devices support component, specify the DNS name or the IP address of the Administration Server. In the SSL port number field, specify the number of the port open on the Administration Server for connecting mobile devices. Port 13292 is used by default.
The specified group will be automatically created in the Advanced → Device discovery → Domains folder.
The user's email address is used to form the name of the mobile device when it is added to the administration group.