Installing applications by using stand-alone packages
Dec 4, 2023
Kaspersky Security Center lets you create stand-alone installation packages for applications. A stand-alone installation package is an executable file that can be located on the Web Server, sent by email, or transferred to a client device by another method. The received file can be run locally on the client device to install an application without involving Kaspersky Security Center.
To install an application using a stand-alone installation package:
- Connect to the necessary Administration Server.
- In the Remote installation folder of the console tree, select the Installation packages subfolder.
- In the workspace, select the installation package of the required application.
- Start the process of creating a stand-alone installation package in one of the following ways:
- By selecting Create stand-alone installation package in the context menu of the installation package.
- By clicking the Create stand-alone installation package link in the workspace of the installation package.
The Stand-alone installation package creation wizard starts. Follow the instructions of the wizard.
At the final step of the wizard, select a method for transferring the stand-alone installation package to the client device.
- Transfer the stand-alone installation package to the client device.
- Run the stand-alone installation package on the client device.
The application is now installed on the client device with the settings specified in the stand-alone package.
When you create a stand-alone installation package, it is automatically published on Web Server. The link for downloading the stand-alone package is displayed in the list of created stand-alone installation packages. If necessary, you can cancel publication of the selected stand-alone package and republish it on the Web Server. By default, port 8060 is used for downloading stand-alone installation packages.