Scope of features available in Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Windows under different license options

 

Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11 for Windows

 
 
 

Scope of features available in Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Windows under different license options

Back to "Licensing and Activation"
Latest update: September 02, 2021 ID: 9351
 
 
 
 
Features of Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Windows Licenses
Kaspersky Endpoint Security Cloud Kaspersky Endpoint Security Select Kaspersky Endpoint Security Advanced Kaspersky Security Total Kaspersky Security for File Servers
Workstations




Protection against malware yes yes yes yes no
Firewall  yes yes yes yes no
Application Privilege Control no yes yes yes no
Device Control yes yes yes yes no
Web Control yes yes yes yes no
Encryption no no yes yes no
Application Startup Control no yes yes yes no
BadUSB Attack Prevention no yes yes yes no
BitLocker Drive Encryption no no yes yes no
File servers




Protection against malware yes yes yes yes yes
Application Startup Control no no yes yes yes
Firewall yes yes yes yes yes
Network Attack Blocker no yes yes yes yes
BadUSB Attack Prevention no yes yes yes yes

When installing Kaspersky Endpoint Security 10 for Windows, you can choose the type of installation: basic, standard, full, or custom. In Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11 for Windows, custom installation starts by default.

If the active license covers more components than are currently installed, the application prompts the user to install missing components.

When the user activates a license that downgrades the current level of protection, the components that are not covered by this license behave in the same way as they do when the active license expires or the user chooses not to use a license.

 
 
 
 
Was this information helpful?
Yes No
Thank you
 

 
 

How can we improve this article?

Your feedback will be used for content improvement purposes only. If you need assistance, please contact technical support.

Submit Submit

Thank you for your feedback!

Your suggestions will help improve this article.

OK