Configuring the settings for connecting SVMs to the Integration Server
To configure the settings for connecting SVMs to the Integration Server in the Administration Console:
Open Kaspersky Security Center Administration Console.
In the Managed devices folder in the console tree, open the folder with the name of the administration group to which the required SVMs belong.
In the workspace, select the Policies tab.
Select a Protection Server policy in the list of policies and right-click to open the Properties: <Policy name> window.
In the policy properties window, select the Settings for connecting SVMs to the Integration Server section in the list on the left.
In the right part of the window, specify the address and port for the connection:
By default, the Address field shows the domain name of the device hosting the Administration Console of Kaspersky Security Center. If this device does not belong to a domain or if the Integration Server is installed on a different device and the field shows the wrong address, specify the IP address in IPv4 format or the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of the device on which the Integration Server is installed.
If the address is specified as a NetBIOS name, localhost or 127.0.0.1, connection to the Integration Server completes with an error.
If the port for connecting to the Integration Server differs from the default port (7271), specify the port number in the Port field.
Click Apply in the policy properties window.
If the device hosting the Kaspersky Security Center Administration Console does not belong to a domain or your account does not belong to the KLAdmins local or domain group or to the group of local administrators, the Connection to the Integration Server window opens. Specify the password of the Integration Server administrator (password of the admin account). After a connection has been established to the Integration Server under the administrator account, the account password is automatically relayed to the policy in order to connect SVM to the Integration Server.
Click OK in the Connection to the Integration Server window.
Kaspersky Security MMC plug-in verifies the SSL certificate received from the Integration Server. If the certificate contains an error or is not trusted, the Integration Server certificate verification window opens. You can click the button in the window to view the details of the received certificate. If there are problems with the SSL certificate, it is recommended to make sure that the utilized data transfer channel is secure. To continue connecting to the Integration Server, click the Ignore button. The received certificate will be installed as a trusted certificate on the device where the Kaspersky Security Center Administration Console is installed.
The capability to connect to the Integration Server is tested. If the connection test failed or a connection to the Integration Server could not be established, an error is displayed in the policy properties window. Check the connection settings you have specified. Information about Integration Server connection errors may be saved in the Integration Server trace file (if you enabled the logging of information).