About managing application tasks using Kaspersky Security Center
August 21, 2023
Kaspersky Security Center controls the activity of Kaspersky applications on client computers by means of tasks.
You can create the following types of tasks to administer Kaspersky Security 8 for Linux Mail Server through Kaspersky Security Center:
- Local tasks that are configured for a separate client computer
- Group tasks that are configured for client computers within one or more administration groups
- Tasks for sets of computers outside administration groups
Tasks for sets of computers outside administration groups apply only to client computers that are specified in the task settings. If new client computers are added to a set of computers for which a task is configured, this task does not apply to these new computers. To apply the task to these computers, create a new task or edit the settings of the existing task.
You can manage the key addition task by managing Kaspersky Security 8 for Linux Mail Server remotely via Kaspersky Security Center. While performing this task, the program adds a key for program activation, including an additional key.
You can manage tasks as follows:
- Start tasks
If Kaspersky Security 8 for Linux Mail Server is running on a client computer, you can start a task on this client computer through Kaspersky Security Center. If Kaspersky 8 for Linux Mail Server is stopped, the running tasks are aborted, and it is no longer possible to manage tasks on this client computer through Kaspersky Security Center.
- Create new tasks
- Edit task settings