How to use a remote web server for the Kaspersky Security Center 10 web console


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How to use a remote web server for the Kaspersky Security Center 10 web console

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Latest update: September 09, 2019 ID: 12768

The article concerns the following versions of Kaspersky Security Center 10:

  • Service Pack 3 (version 10.5.1781.0)
  • Service Pack 2 Maintenance Release 1 (version 10.4.343)
The client part of the Kaspersky Security Center 10 can use an Apache web server installed on another Linux OS:
  • The Administration Server of Kaspersky Security Center 10 and the server console part are installed on Server 1 (Windows OS).  
  • An Apache web server and the client part of the web console are installed on Server 2 (Linux OS).
  • The administrator manages the web console using the address and port of the Server 2.

To install a web console this way:

Server 2 (Linux OS)

  1. Install the client part of the console: 
    • on 32-bit RPM systems:

      # rpm -i

    • on 64-bit RPM systems:

      # rpm -i

    • on 32-bit Debian systems:

      # dpkg -i kscwebconsole_10.0.196-1.ru_i386.deb

    • on 64-bit Debian systems:

      # dpkg -i kscwebconsole_10.0.196-1.ru_amd64.deb

  2. Run the configuration script:  

# /opt/kaspersky/kscwebconsole/bin/

Server 1 (Widows OS)

  1. Install the server part of the console: Specify the web server on the remote host.
  2. Check whether the web console can be reached via the specified path.
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