If you decide to stop protecting some of your client devices, you can revoke the End User License Agreement (EULA) for any managed Kaspersky application. You must uninstall the selected application and its installation packages before revoking its EULA. The installation packages must be deleted from the Administration Server and its virtual Administration Servers.
The EULAs that were accepted on a virtual Administration Server can be revoked on the virtual Administration Server or on the primary Administration Server. The EULAs that were accepted on a primary Administration Server can be revoked only on the primary Administration Server.
To revoke a EULA for managed Kaspersky applications:
The Administration Server properties window opens.
A list of EULAs—accepted upon creation of installation packages or at the seamless installation of updates—is displayed.
You can view the following properties of the EULA:
If the selected EULA can be revoked only by uninstalling the application or if this EULA can be revoked only on the primary Administration Server, a notification about this restriction is displayed instead of the Revoke License Agreement button.
If there exist any objects (installation packages and their respective tasks) that prevent the EULA from being revoked, the notification about it is displayed. You cannot proceed with revocation until you delete these objects.
In the window that opens, you are informed that you must first uninstall the Kaspersky application corresponding to the EULA.
The EULA is revoked. It is no longer displayed in the list of License Agreements in the End User License Agreements section. The EULA properties window closes; the application is no longer installed.