How to manually analyze connection between client computer and Administration Server using "klnagchk" utility

 

Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11 for Mac

 
 
 

How to manually analyze connection between client computer and Administration Server using "klnagchk" utility

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Latest update: December 02, 2019 ID: 15300
 
 
 
 
This article concerns Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11 for Mac (version 11.0.0.501).
 
 
 
 

The "klnagchk" utility parses out the parameters of the connection established between Network Agent and Administration Server.

Where to find the utility

When Network Agent gets installed, the utility is stored in folder /Library/Application Support/Kaspersky Lab/klnagent/Binaries

How to use the utility

Run the utility on a client device under the local administrator account.

  1. Open Terminal.
  2. Run the command with a set of needed parameters:
/Library/Application\ Support/Kaspersky\ Lab/klnagent/Binaries/klnagchk [-logfile file_name]
[-sp] [-savecert path_to_certificate_file] [-restart]

Example:

/Library/Application\ Support/Kaspersky\ Lab/klnagent/Binaries/klnagchk -logfile klnagchk.log ‑sp
Parameter Description
-logfile file_name Save the utility operation results to a specified file. In case no file is specified, the connection parameters, the operation results and the error messages are shown on the screen.
-sp Show the password for proxy server authentication on the screen. This parameter is used when Network Agent establishes connection to the Administration Server via a proxy server. The parameter is disabled by default.
-savecert file_name Save the certificate for the Administration Server authentication to a specified file.
-restart Restart Network Agent upon completing the utility operations.
 
 
 
 
 

The utility operation results

 
 
 
 
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