About blocking frequent events
Dec 4, 2023
A managed application, for example, Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Windows, installed on a single or several managed devices can send a lot of events of the same type to the Administration Server. Receiving frequent events may overload the Administration Server database and overwrite other events. Administration Server starts blocking the most frequent events when the number of all the received events exceeds the specified limit for the database.
Administration Server blocks the frequent events from receiving automatically. You cannot block the frequent events yourself, or choose which events to block.
If you want to find out if an event is blocked, you can check if this event is present in the Blocking frequent events section of the Administration Server properties. If the event is blocked, you can do the following:
- If you want to prevent overwriting the database, you can continue blocking such type of events from receiving.
- If you want, for example, to find the reason of sending the frequent events to the Administration Server, you can unblock frequent events and continue receiving the events of this type anyway.
- If you want to continue receiving the frequent events until they become blocked again, you can remove from blocking the frequent events.