Updating the databases and application modules of Kaspersky Endpoint Security ensures up-to-date protection on your computer. New viruses and other types of malware appear worldwide on a daily basis. Kaspersky Endpoint Security databases contain information about threats and ways of neutralizing them. To detect threats quickly, you are urged to regularly update the databases and application modules.
Regular updates require a license in effect. If there is no current license, you will be able to perform an update only once.
The main update source for Kaspersky Endpoint Security is Kaspersky update servers.
Your computer must be connected to the Internet to successfully download the update package from Kaspersky update servers. By default, the Internet connection settings are determined automatically. If you use a proxy server, you need to adjust the connection settings.
While performing an update, the following objects are downloaded and installed on your computer:
In addition to the Kaspersky Endpoint Security databases, the network drivers that enable the application's components to intercept network traffic are updated.
While updating, the application modules and databases on your computer are compared against the up-to-date version at the update source. If your current databases and application modules differ from their respective up-to-date versions, the missing portion of the updates is installed on your computer.
Context help files can be updated together with application module updates.
If the databases are obsolete, the update package may be large, which may cause additional Internet traffic (up to several dozen MB).
Information about the current status of Kaspersky Endpoint Security databases is displayed in the Update section in the Tasks window.
Information on update results and on all events that occur during the performance of the update task is logged in the Kaspersky Endpoint Security report.Page top