After installing the Protection Server component, it is recommended to validate the SVM system date using the tools of the virtual infrastructure. If the system dates on the Kaspersky Security Center Administration Server and the SVM are not consistent, it could result in an error when connecting the SVM to Kaspersky Security Center or impair the operation of the application.
After deploying the SVM on a hypervisor, you can modify the resources allocated to the SVM, for example, to match those recommended by Kaspersky experts. You can regulate the performance of the SVM using the resources assigned to it.
After installing the Protection Server component, do the following:
To activate the application on SVMs, you must add a license key on the SVMs by using the application activation task. After the Light Agent component is installed on virtual machines, the Protection Server component relays license info to the Light Agent component.
To download application module and database update packages to SVMs, you can use the automatically created database update task on the Protection Server.