Kaspersky Security Center 11

How to install Kaspersky Security Center on a cluster

Latest update: January 18, 2022 ID: 15508

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  1. Download the installer of Kaspersky Security Center 11 or Kaspersky Security Center 12.
  2. Run the installer and click Install Kaspersky Security Center.
  3. Make sure your device meets all system requirements and click Next.

System requirements check window.

  1. Carefully read through the End User License Agreement and Privacy Policy. If you agree with the terms and conditions, select the corresponding checkboxes. Click Next.

License agreement and privacy policy window with checkboxes selected.

  1. Select Cluster (installation on all cluster nodes). Click Next.

Type of installation on cluster window with Cluster button selected.

  1. Enter the name for the virtual server (it must differ from the cluster name). Click Next.

Name of virtual Administration Server window.

  1. Adjust the network settings of the virtual server. The address must differ from the cluster address. Click Add → Next.

Details of virtual administration server window.

  1. Select the existing cluster group or create a new one. Click Next.

Cluster group window with Create a new cluster group option selected.

  1. Select the data storage to install virtual Administration Server resources. Click Next.

Cluster data storage window

  1. Enter the credentials for remote installation. Click Next.

Account for remote installation window with credentials filled out.

  1. Select the components to install. Click Next.

Custom installation window with components to install selected.

  1. If necessary, select the checkbox Install Kaspersky Security Center Web Console. Click Next.

Kaspersky Security Center Web Console installation option.

  1. Select the size of the network and click Next.

Network size window with the option Fewer than 100 networked devices selected.

  1. Select the type of a database server. Click Next.

Database server window with Microsoft SQL Server option selected.

  1. Select the SQL server and enter the database name. Click Next.

Connection settings window.

  1. Select the authentication mode for connecting to the SQL server. For SQL server authentication mode, enter the credentials. Click Next.

SQL Server authentication mode window.

  1. Specify the user account for the Administration Server service. Click Next.

User account credentials for the Administration Server service.

  1. Enter the credentials for the Kaspersky Security center services account. Click Next.

Account for services window with credentials filled out.

  1. Specify the shared folder where installation packages and updates will be stored. Click Next.

Shared folder window with Create a shared folder option selected.

  1. Specify the ports for connecting to the Administration Server and select the key length. Click Next.

Connection settings window with Port and SSL port fields filled out.

  1. Select the Administration Server address and click Next.

Administration Server address window with the address selected in the drop-down list.

  1. Select plugins to install. Click Next.

Plug-ins for management of Kaspersky Lab applications window with items selected in the list.

  1. Click Install.

Ready to install window.

Kaspersky Security Center will be installed on a cluster.

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