Kaspersky Security Center

Step 9. Creating an initial protection configuration

April 14, 2024

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The Configure initial protection window displays a list of policies and tasks that are created automatically. The following policies and tasks are created:

  • Kaspersky Security Center Network Agent policy
  • Policies for managed Kaspersky applications whose management plug-ins were installed earlier
  • Administration Server maintenance task
  • Backup of Administration Server data task
  • Download updates to the Administration Server repository task
  • Find vulnerabilities and required updates task
  • Install update task

Wait for the creation of policies and tasks to complete before proceeding to the next step of the wizard.

If you have downloaded and installed the plug-in for Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Windows 10 Service Pack 1 and later till the 11.0.1, during the creation of policies and tasks, a window opens for initial configuration of the trusted zone of Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Windows. The application will prompt you to add vendors verified by Kaspersky to the trusted zone for the purposes of excluding their applications from scans to prevent them from being accidentally blocked. You can create recommended exclusions now or create a list of exclusions later by selecting the following in the console tree: Policies → Kaspersky Endpoint Security properties menu → Advanced Threat ProtectionTrusted zoneSettingsAdd. The list of scan exclusions is available for editing at any time when using the application.

Operations on the trusted zone are performed by using tools integrated into Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Windows. For detailed instructions on how to perform operations and a description of encryption features please refer to Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Windows Online Help.

To finish initial configuration of the trusted zone and return to the wizard, click OK.

Click Next. This button becomes available after all necessary policies and tasks have been created.

You can also create the required tasks and policies later, separately from the quick start wizard.

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