About the Compact Diagnostic Interface
October 25, 2023
The Compact Diagnostic Interface component (also referred to as the "CDI") is installed and uninstalled along with the System Tray Icon component independently from the Application Console, and can be used when the Application Console is not installed on the protected device. The Compact Diagnostic Interface is started from the System Tray Icon or by running kavfsmui.exe from the application folder on the protected device.
In the Compact Diagnostic Interface, you can do the following:
- Review information about the general application status.
- Review security incidents that have occurred.
- Review current activity on the protected device.
- Start or stop writing dump and trace files.
- Open the Application Console.
- Open the About the application window with the list of installed updates and available patches.
The Compact Diagnostic Interface is available even if access to Kaspersky Embedded Systems Security for Windows functions is password-protected. No password is required.
The Compact Diagnostic Interface component cannot be configured via Kaspersky Security Center.