Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11 for Linux

Scan scopes window

July 3, 2024

ID 246670

The table contains monitoring scopes for the System Integrity Monitoring task. The application monitors files and directories located in the paths specified in the table. By default, the table contains one monitoring scope, Kaspersky internal objects (/opt/kaspersky/kesl/).

Monitoring scope settings



Scope name

Monitoring scope name.


Path to the directory that the application protects.


The status indicates whether the application scans this scope.

You can add, edit, delete, move up, and move down items in the table.

Kaspersky Endpoint Security scans objects in the specified scopes, in the order they appear in the list of scopes. If necessary, place the subdirectory higher in the list than its parent directory, to configure security settings for a subdirectory that are different from the security settings of the parent directory.

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