You can remove Kaspersky Security fully or remove just one of the application components (File Threat Protection or Network Threat Protection).
If you want to fully remove Kaspersky Security, you must perform the following actions:
Kaspersky Security services can be unregistered in the Integration Server Console.
You can also delete policies and tasks created for Kaspersky Security in Kaspersky Security Center.
For details on removing virtual Administration Servers, please refer to the Kaspersky Security Center documentation.
If you want to remove one of the Kaspersky Security components, you must perform the following actions:
When an SVM with the File Threat Protection component is removed, the copies of files that were placed in Backup on the SVM are automatically deleted. If the use of network data storage was enabled for an SVM, backup copies of files from this SVM are saved in a separate folder in the network data storage.
After removal of the File Threat Protection and Network Threat Protection components, SVMs continue to be displayed in the Kaspersky Security Center Administration Console. When the period specified in the Kaspersky Security Center settings elapses (see the Kaspersky Security Center documentation), the SVMs are automatically removed from the Administration Console. To ensure correct calculation of the licensing restrictions, manually remove SVMs from Kaspersky Security Center Administration Console after the application removal is completed.
Events received from remote SVMs and the list of backup copies of files that are moved to Backups on the SVMs with the File Threat Protection component are automatically removed from Kaspersky Security Center after the SVM is removed from the Administration Console.
If the application is removed completely, you can also delete the administration groups created for KSC clusters from the Managed devices folder in Kaspersky Security Center Administration Console tree.