Kaspersky Anti-Virus 6.0 for Windows Servers MP4: Critical Fix 1 released



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Kaspersky Anti-Virus 6.0 for Windows Servers MP4: Critical Fix 1 released

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2012 Jan 23 ID: 3637

Applies to Kaspersky Anti-Virus 6.0 for Windows Servers MP4

March 24, 2010 Kaspersky Lab announces the release of Critical Fix 1 for Kaspersky Anti-Virus 6.0 for Windows Servers MP4 (builds - 6.0.1217)Critical Fix1 is integrated into Kaspersky Anti-Virus 6.0 for Windows Servers MP4 installation package.

Changes in the version (compared with

Fixed issues:

  • Program crash while cleaning logs via the corresponding configuration window.
  • Errors with transferring Trusted Zone parameters and exceptions when upgrading Kaspersky Anti-Virus from version 6.0 MP3 to 6.0 MP4.
  • Errors that caused the Microsoft Windows 2000 Advanced Server operating system to crash.
  • Excessive 3019 events ("The redirector failed to determine the connector type; source: MRXSMB") registered by Microsoft Event Log when accessing network folders.
  • Avp.exe process crash while checking access-denied network resources with long names.
  • After Microsoft Outlook update, the Anti-Hacker component reported the changes in the outlook.exe file repeatedly.
  • Error when working with HP 2727.
  • Incorrect termination of the avp.exe process responsible for the program interface after ending a remote session, if the application self-defense is enabled.
  • Kaspersky Anti-Virus crashing Microsoft Windows Server 2003 when Windows Deployment Toolkit 2008 Service Pack 1 is run (when creating a Windows PE boot disk image).
  • Conflict between D-Link DES-2108/D-Link DES-2110 Web interfaces and Kaspersky Anti-Virus.
  • Error related to printing documents on certain types of network printers, with enabled Web Anti-Virus.
  • Error with switching from the report window to a folder, whose name contains symbols in a national encoding.
  • Errors with creating Kaspersky Rescue Disk image.
  • Error that caused a decrease in the operating system performance after numerous Kaspersky Anti-Virus database updates, with enabled Self-Defense.
  • Error causing a too long operating system boot on some configurations with installed Kaspersky Anti-Virus.
  • Possibility to turn off File Anti-Virus without entering the password (if the password was specified).
  • Error that did not allow to properly review fax messages via web interface on several models of fax machines.
  • Application log no longer registers activity of the processes csrss.exe and lsm.exe every time terminal user logs off from the system, with enabled Self-Defense.
  • Error with processing the "Display Kaspersky Anti-Virus in the list of installed programs" parameter on 64-bit operating systems.
  • Error causing the "Infected objects detected" event to be registered in Kaspersky Administration Kit reports instead of the "Disinfection impossible" event, when the infected file could be neither disinfected, nor deleted.
  • Error causing the "object not disinfected: write access denied" event not to register in Kaspersky Administration Kit reports if an infected object was detected on a write-protected volume.
  • Errors with a corrupt set of phrases for the Anti-Spam component after importing these phrases from a file.
  • Rare error with applying automatic updates of application modules during a remote installation.
  • Error related to the operation of the protection subsystem (protection of the installation folder) when upgrading the application on a 64-bit operating systems.
  • Error in the operation of the protection subsystem (protection of the application data folder) on Microsoft Windows 7.
  • Error related to creating a new group of rules for the system registry monitoring module via Kaspersky Administration Kit. This error occurred in languages that contain special symbols (Japanese, Chinese).
  • Errors in Japanese localization of dialog boxes in the application plug-in in Kaspersky Administration Kit.
  • Error related to Microsoft Outlook 2007 crash (the Anti-Spam component) after receiving new email messages.
  • Error with object names. Disabling the option "Object" in a trusted zone rule did not actually exclude the object name from the applied rule.
  • Errors causing certain web pages to display incorrectly, with enabled Web Anti-Virus.
  • Error with trusted zone rules incorrectly displaying object names containing symbols different from those of the product locale.
  • Error in the .kud file preventing from using this file to create a new installation package in Kaspersky Administration Kit.


  • A new program license is installed automatically in Kaspersky Administration Kit after expiration of the older one.
  • Google Quick Search Box is not identified as malware anymore.
  • The possibility of creating short paths and environment variables for exception rules has been added to the Trusted Zone.
  • Vulnerability eliminated: more prohibitive access rules set for the program folder %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Application Data\Kaspersky Lab\Avp60mp4\Data.
  • Expanded list of incompatible software automatically uninstalled during the application installation.
  • Eliminated the vulnerability in Anti-Spam and Microsoft Internet Explorer plug-ins causing the Microsoft Internet Explorer process to crash when opening certain html code.

Known issues:

  • Microsoft Windows 2003 crashes when renaming a network folder. A Microsoft fix for Windows 2003 is expected to be released.
  • The application cannot be upgraded from version 6.0 MP4 to version 6.0 MP4 CF1 when installed via Group Policy object in Microsoft Windows 2000 operating systems. This is caused by the error in the operating system which is described in the Microsoft Knowledge Base KB954003.
  • In some cases, the avp.exe process is recognized by Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 as the game Aliens versus Predator disrupting stable application performance. In order to avoid such problems, KB974332 or KB2388210 updates should be installed on these operating systems before installing the application.

Installation methods:

Critical Fix 1 can be used for initial installation of the application, as well as for upgrading any previous versions of Kaspersky Anti-Virus 6.0 for Windows Workstations/Servers. Critical Fix 1 can be installed either locally or in a centralized manner (using Kaspersky Administration Kit).

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