You can use the procedure for changing settings of the Kaspersky Security to perform the following actions:
Change the settings for connecting the Integration Server to VMware NSX Manager in which the Integration Server registers Kaspersky Security services.
Change the address and port used by VMware NSX Manager to transmit information to the Integration Server.
Change the SVM images that were specified during registration of Kaspersky Security services. If you changed the location of the SVM image or selected a different SVM configuration, the Integration Server re-registers the service with the new settings. After the Reconfiguration Wizard finishes, you can update the deployed service in the VMware vSphere Web Client console (Networking & Security →Installation and Upgrade section, Service Deployments tab, Upgrade action). As a result, the new SVMs will be deployed in the virtual infrastructure.
If you registered only one of the two services when performing the Kaspersky Security service registration procedure, specify the SVM image for registration of the Kaspersky Security service that was not registered. After the Reconfiguration Wizard finishes, you can perform the procedure for deploying the Kaspersky Security service on VMware clusters to deploy SVMs.
Change the following SVM configuration settings:
IP address of the Kaspersky Security Center Administration Server and SSL port that the SVM will use to connect to Kaspersky Security Center.
Address and port used for connecting SVMs to Integration Server.
Configuration password and root account password on the SVM.
Time zone that is used on all SVMs.
Settings for connecting SVMs to network data storage.
The listed settings are applied for configuration of new SVMs that you deploy after the Wizard finishes, and for reconfiguration of previously deployed SVMs with installed components of Kaspersky Security for Virtualization 6.0 Agentless.
If the localization language of previously deployed SVMs differs from the localization language of the Integration Server Console in which you start the Kaspersky Security reconfiguration procedure, the localization language of SVMs changes as a result of this procedure. The localization language of the Integration Server Console is applied on SVMs.
If you want to reconfigure SVMs that have installed components of the previous version of Kaspersky Security, you need a separately installed Kaspersky Security Center Administration Console and administration plug-in of the previous version of the application. For information on the SVM reconfiguration procedure for the previous version of the application, please refer to the documentation of the previous version of Kaspersky Security.