Klmover: a utility for reconfiguring Network Agent properties


Kaspersky Endpoint Security 8 for Linux


Klmover: a utility for reconfiguring Network Agent properties

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2014 Apr 22 ID: 5106

Applies to Kaspersky Endpoint Security 8 for Linux

The utility klmover has been designed for reconfiguring Administration Server properties in settings of Network Agent installed on a client computer. The utility can be found in Network Agent installation folder (/opt/kaspersky/klnagent/bin/klmover) on a client computer.

InformationThe utility should be run as root on client computers. Otherwise it cannot carry out its functions.

The utility can be used with the following command line options:

klmover [-logfile LOGFILE] [-address SERVER_ADDRESS] [-pn NON_SSL_PORT] [-ps SSL_PORT] [-nossl] [-cert CERTIFICATE] [-silent] [- dupfix]

  • -logfile LOGFILE - write all results and error messages into the log file named LOGFILE. By default, normal output is used, i.e. the information is displayed on the screen.

  • -address SERVER_ADDRESS - new Administration Server address. It may be an IP address, or a NetBIOS or DNS name;

  • -pn NON_SSL_PORT - Administration Server port used for a non-secure connection (it is an optional switch,14000 is used by default);

  • -ps SSL_PORT - Administration Server port used for a secure connection (it is an optional switch,13000 is used by default);

  • -nossl - use non-secure connection to Administration Server. Without this switch, Network Agent connects to Administration Server using secure SSL protocol.

  • -cert CERTIFICATE - new Administration Server certificate file path. It is an optional switch.

  • -silent  - “silent” mode.

  • -dupfix – this switch is required if Network Agent has been installed in some custom way (not by installing it from a distribution package), e.g. by restoring from a system image.

For example: 

klmover -address admsrv -logfile klmover.log

WarningThe utility should be run only once on a problematic host. Running the utility several times on the same host will create host name clones in Kaspersky Administration Kit console.

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