Known issues in Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11 for Linux and ways to resolve them
All operating systems
- The Real-time protection task might not block access to the files in virtual pseudo file systems.
We recommend that you use the mount command to connect network or local partitions.
- Mounting NTFS with the default_permissions option may cause the operating system to stop responding.
That’s why we recommend mounting NTFS partitions without the default_permissions option. If it is necessary to use this option, mount the NTFS partitions in the following way:
# mount /dev/NTFS-DEVICE /mnt/ntfs_disk
# mount /dev/NTFS-DEVICE /mnt/ntfs_disk -o remount,default_permissions
- When using the CIFS (SMB V1) protocol, creating files in a network partition may take up to 30 seconds. We recommend that you disable CIFS oplocks and switch to the V2 version of the protocol:
- Add the following to the smb.conf file on the server’s side:
level2 oplocks = False
- Use the parameter vers=2.0 for connecting the network partition. For example:
- kesl-supervisor won’t start during installation of Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Linux on Astra Linux Common Edition. See this article for instructions.