You can grant access to Kaspersky Endpoint Security to individual users or groups. For example, if exiting the application is blocked for the Everyone group, you can grant the Exit the application permission to an individual user. As a result, you can exit the application only if you are logged in as that user or as KLAdmin.
You can use account credentials to access the application only if the computer is in the domain. If the computer is not in the domain, you can use the KLAdmin account or a temporary password.
To grant permissions to individual users or groups:
The standard Select Users or Groups dialog opens.
If a check box is cleared, the users are blocked from performing the action. For example, if the check box next to the Exit the application permission is cleared, you can exit the application only if you are logged in as KLAdmin, or as an individual user who has the required permission, or if you enter a temporary password.
Password protection permissions have some important aspects to consider. Make sure that all conditions for accessing Kaspersky Endpoint Security are fulfilled.
As a result, if access to the application is restricted for the Everyone group, users will be granted permissions to access Kaspersky Endpoint Security according to the users' individual permissions.Page top