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KL 111.80: Kaspersky Endpoint Security 8 for Mac

The course explains how to remotely install and administer Kaspersky Endpoint Security 8 for Mac, how to configure automatic updates for threat signatures, real-time protection and manual scanning of the selected folders and files. The emphasis is placed on remote management via Kaspersky Security Center.
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Lecture 1: Introduction This is a theoretic chapter that describes why and how to protect computers running Mac OS X, and the differences from Microsoft Windows protection.

Installation and Getting Started

Lecture 2: Installation and Getting Started KES for Mac can be remotely installed via Kaspersky Security Center (Network Agent must be pre-installed on the client computer using any other method); alternatively, SSH or Apple Remote Desktop can be used. The chapter also covers license management and update setup.
Demo 2.1: Preparing Deployment under Mac OS X
 Interactive Demo
  Non-Interactive Demo
Demo 2.2: Installing Protection under Mac OS X
 Interactive Demo
  Non-Interactive Demo
Demo 2.3: Update Settings
 Interactive Demo
  Non-Interactive Demo

Protection Management

Lecture 3: Protection Management How to fine-tune real-time protection, remotely configure and run scanning for selected folders and files on the client computers, and generate reports for KES for Mac.
Demo 3.1: Managing Real-Time Protection
 Interactive Demo
  Non-Interactive Demo
Demo 3.2: Managing On-Demand Scan Tasks
 Interactive Demo
  Non-Interactive Demo

Monitoring and Troubleshooting

Lecture 4: Monitoring and Troubleshooting The chapter describes available diagnostic tools, how to make information about client computer events sent to the Administration Server, and what you can get from them. What is to be displayed to the end users, and how to hide some notifications from them. How to enable tracing for KES for Mac, and what other remote diagnostic tools are available to the administrator.

In this course you will find two sorts training materials: slides (lectures) and demonstrations. Slides mainly explain the principles of how this or that feature works and how you usually use it. Demonstrations specifically show how to do things and what the expected results of these doings are. Tutorials show the same actions as demonstrations. The difference between them is that in demonstrations you simply watch whereas in tutorials you have to complete all the actions yourself in a simulated environment. Both the slides and the demonstrations (tutorials) are voiced.

Student Prerequisites

  • Understanding of Mac OS X operating principles
  • Basic skills in Kaspersky Security Center / Kaspersky Administration Kit

System Requirements

To fully experience this training you need the following:

  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or later
  • Flash Player 9 or later
  • Minimum display resolution 1280×960
  • Sound card, speakers or a headphones for listening to voice-over

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