Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11 for Linux

How to configure Kaspersky Update Utility for Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11 for Linux

Latest update: May 12, 2022 ID: 15402
This article concerns:
  • Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11.2.0 for Linux (version
  • Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11.1.0 for Linux (version
  • Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11.0.0 for Linux (version
  1. Download the archive containing the utility — Kaspersky Update Utility.
  2. Create a standard user.
  3. Create a directory for the utility (e.g. /mnt/ftp/upload/uu) and unpack the downloaded archive into the folder. Modify the directory rights.

mkdir –p /mnt/ftp/upload/uu/Updates && chown -R test /mnt/ftp/upload/uu && chmod -w -R /mnt/ftp/upload/uu/Bases

  1. Open the /mnt/ftp/upload/uu/Bases/updater.xml file as root user. 
  2. Find the KasperskyEndpointSecurityForLinux_10_SP1 section, rename it and modify its contents:


  1. Open the mnt/ftp/upload/uu/updater.ini file. 
  2. Add the new component and modify its configuration:


  1. Run the utility as standard user:

/mnt/ftp/upload/uu/uu-console.sh -u

You should only run the utility as standard user. Running the utility as root user will reset the changes.

The contents downloaded by the utility will be placed in the /mnt/ftp/upload/uu/Updates folder. You can use the folder to run updates or perform uploads to an HTTP or FTP server.

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