Main known issues in Kaspersky Small Office Security 3 for File Server

 

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Main known issues in Kaspersky Small Office Security 3 for File Server

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Latest update: January 21, 2014 ID: 10456
 
 
 
 

The following issues may occur while working with Kaspersky Small Office Security 3 for File Server:

  • File Anti-Virus may process certain file formats incorrectly. Information about processing errors is displayed in the report on File Anti-Virus operation.  
  • After a Backup storage has been deleted, it is displayed in the list of storages until the Backup window is opened again.
  • When a backup task is modified, the drag’n’drop function may work incorrectly under Windows SBS 2011 Standard x64. 
  • It is impossible to remove Backup module reports from the application.
  • Custom filtering may work incorrectly in report windows.     
  • "A backup task has not been completed" status is displayed in the general protection status and in the Backup section when backup tasks are performed.
  • Even if it is disabled in application settings, Virtual Keyboard works when you use Safe Money
  • If application plugins were not enabled at the first launch of Internet Explorer after Kaspersky Small Office Security 3 installation, these plugins can be started again only via the browser settings.
  • At the first startup of the application after installation, the Internet Explorer browser for which Kaspersky Small Office Security 3 plugins have been enabled may prompt you to disable these plugins. 
  • Some operations are disabled in the problem list when viewed via Remote Control (on both remote and local computers).
  • A link containing a colon (:) cannot be added manually to the global list of exclusions in the application settings.
  • If a container is renamed, a new shortcut must be created, or the path to the container modified for the existing shortcut.
  • When the IPv6 protocol is used, certain Firewall rules may work incorrectly.
  • An encrypted container connected as a virtual drive cannot be disabled using the Eject command in the context menu of Microsoft Windows Explorer. Use the Disconnect container option in the drive's context menu in Windows Explorer or the Encrypt data function in the user interface of Kaspersky Small Office Security 3 to disable the encrypted container.
  • When a crypto container is selected from the list in the Data Encryption module, the Open Container button may not work under Windows SBS 2011 Standard x64.  
  • Problems may occur when saving Rescue Disk to a memory stick under Windows Server 2012 Standard.
 
 
 
 
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