The process to install the application is different if using Kaspersky Security Center 15 Linux.
Installation of Kaspersky Security for Virtualization 5.2 Light Agent in the virtual infrastructure consists of the following stages:
MMC plug-ins must be installed on the device where Kaspersky Security Center Administration Console is installed.
After installing Kaspersky Security MMC management plug-ins, Integration Server and Integration Server Console, it is recommended to run the download updates to the repository task in the Kaspersky Security Center Administration Console and make sure that the task completes successfully. For details, please refer to the Kaspersky Security Center help.
If the device on which the Integration Server is installed belongs to a Microsoft Windows domain and you want to use the web interface to interact with Kaspersky Security Center, change the default password for the Integration Server administrator account (admin) after you installed the Integration Server.
When the Kaspersky Security Center Administration Console starts for the first time after MMC plug-ins are installed, the Initial Configuration Wizard for the managed application is automatically started for each installed plug-in. The Wizard results in the creation of tasks and the default Protection Server policy.
Network Agent must be installed on virtual machines before installation of Light Agent for Windows, if you want to install Light Agent for Windows locally using the Installation Wizard, from the command line, or using the Active Directory Group Policies. If Network Agent is not installed, Light Agent for Windows installation fails. Network Agent may be installed automatically during remote installation of Light Agent for Windows through Kaspersky Security Center using the Remote Installation Wizard or the remote installation task.
On a virtual machine running Linux, Network Agent can be installed automatically during the installation of the Light Agent for Linux component.
Installation of Network Agent on the SVM is not required because it is included in the SVM image.
You can install Light Agent for Windows on virtual machines that are part of an infrastructure employing the following virtualization solutions: