You can install the Kaspersky Security management plug-ins, Integration Server, and Integration Server Console in one of the following ways:
The Kaspersky Security management plug-ins, Integration Server, and Integration Server Console should be installed under an account that belongs to the group of local administrators.
Installation requires at least 4 GB of free space on the drive containing the %ProgramData% folder.
Microsoft .NET Framework 4.6 or later is required for installation of the Kaspersky Security management plug-ins, Integration Server and Integration Server Console. You can install the Microsoft .NET Framework platform in advance or the Kaspersky Security components installation Wizard will suggest installing it during the installation of Kaspersky Security application components. Installation requires Internet access. If there are any problems with the installation of Microsoft .NET Framework, make sure that Windows updates KB2919442 and KB2919355 have been installed on the computer.
Prior to beginning installation of the Kaspersky Security management plug-ins, Integration Server, and Integration Server Console, it is recommended to close the Kaspersky Security Center Administration Console.
Depending on the availability of Kaspersky Security Center components installed on the computer, the following operations are performed once installation is started:
where 5.1.X.X is the application version number.
For successful installation of the Integration Server, in the settings of network equipment or traffic monitoring software you need to allow connections through the port that will be used by SVMs and Light Agents to connect to the Integration Server. By default, port number 7271 (TCP) is used.
A secure SSL connection is used for interaction between the Integration Server and the Integration Server Console, SVMs, Light Agents, and VMware vCenter Server. To eliminate known vulnerabilities in the operating system for the SSL protocol, changes described in the Microsoft technical support website are made to the operating system registry during installation of the Integration Server. These changes disable the following encryption ciphers and protocols:
While the Integration Server is being installed, the Integration Server's self-signed SSL certificate used for establishing a secure connection with the Integration Server and for encrypting the communication channel between SVMs and Light Agent is installed in the operating system registry. After installing the Integration Server, it is recommended to replace this self-signed certificate with a more secure certificate. The procedure for replacing a certificate is described in the Knowledge Base.
If the Integration Server was previously installed in your virtual infrastructure and you removed it but saved data used in the operation of the Integration Server, this data is used automatically when you install the Integration Server again.