Kaspersky Security Center

List of managed devices. Description of columns

April 14, 2024

ID 82113

The following table displays the names and respective descriptions of columns in the list of managed devices.

Descriptions of columns in the list of managed devices

Column name

Value

Name

NetBIOS name of the client device. The descriptions of the icons of device names are given in the appendix.

Operating system type

Type of operating system installed on the client device.

Windows domain

Name of the Windows domain in which the client device is located.

Network Agent is installed

Result of Network Agent installation on the client device (Yes, No, Unknown).

Network Agent is running

The result of Network Agent operation (Yes, No, Unknown).

Real-time protection

Security application is installed (Yes, No, Unknown).

Last connected to Administration Server

Time period that has elapsed since the client device was connected to the Administration Server.

Protection last updated

The time period that has elapsed since the last update of managed devices.

Status

Current status of the client device (OK, Critical, or Warning).

Status description

Reasons for change of the client device status to Critical or Warning.

The device status changes to Warning or Critical for the following reasons:

  • Security application is not installed.
  • Too many viruses detected.
  • Real-time protection level differs from the level set by the Administrator.
  • Malware scan has not been performed in a long time.
  • Databases are outdated.
  • Not connected in a long time.
  • Active threats are detected.
  • Restart is required.
  • Incompatible applications are installed.
  • Software vulnerabilities have been detected.
  • Check for Windows Update updates has not been performed in a long time.
  • Invalid encryption status.
  • Mobile device settings do not comply with the policy.
  • Unprocessed incidents detected.
  • Device status defined by application.
  • Device is out of disk space.
  • License expires soon.

    The device status only changes to Critical by the following reasons:

  • License expired.
  • Device has become unmanaged.
  • Protection is disabled.
  • Security application is not running.

Managed Kaspersky applications on client devices can add status descriptions to the list. Kaspersky Security Center can receive the description of a client device status from managed Kaspersky applications installed on that device. If the status that has been assigned to the device by a managed application is other than that assigned by Kaspersky Security Center, Administration Console displays the status that is the most critical to the device security. For example, if a managed application has assigned the Critical status to the device while Kaspersky Security Center has assigned it the Warning status, Administration Console displays the Critical status for that device with the corresponding description provided by the managed application.

Information last updated

Time period that has elapsed since the client device was last synchronized successfully with the Administration Server (that is, since the last network scan).

DNS name

DNS domain name of the client device.

DNS domain

The main DNS suffix.

IP address

IP address of the client device. It is recommended to use the IPv4 address.

Last visible

Time period during which the client device has remained visible on the network.

Last full scan

Date and time of the last scan of the client device performed by the security application upon the user's request.

Total number of threats detected

Number of threats found.

Real-time protection status

Real-time protection status (Starting, Running, Running (maximum protection), Running (maximum speed), Running (recommended settings), Running (custom settings), Stopped, Paused, Failed).

Connection IP address

The IP address that is used for connection to Kaspersky Security Center Administration Server.

Network Agent version

Version of Network Agent.

Application version

Version of the security application installed on the client device.

Anti-virus databases last updated

The version of the anti-virus databases.

System last started

Date and time when the client device was last turned on.

Restart is required

Restart of the client device is required.

Distribution point

Name of the device that acts as distribution point for this client device.

Description

Description of the client device received after a network scan.

Encryption status

Data encryption status of the client device.

WUA status

Status of Windows Update Agent on the client device.

Yes corresponds to client devices that receive updates through Windows Update from the Administration Server.

No corresponds to client devices that receive updates through Windows Update from other sources.

Operating system bit size

Bit size of the operating system installed on the client device.

Spam protection status

Status of Spam protection component (Running, Starting, Stopped, Paused, Failed, No data from device)

Data Leakage Prevention status

Status of Data Leakage Prevention component (Running, Starting, Stopped, Paused, Failed, No data from device)

Collaboration servers protection status

Status of Content Filtering component (Running, Starting, Stopped, Paused, Failed, No data from device)

Anti-virus protection status of mail servers

Status of Mail Server anti-virus protection component (Running, Starting, Stopped, Paused, Failed, No data from device)

Endpoint Sensor status

Status of Endpoint Sensor component (Running, Starting, Stopped, Paused, Failed, No data from device)

Created

 

Time when the <Device Name> icon was created. This attribute is used to compare various events with each other.

 

Name of virtual or secondary Administration Server

 

Name of virtual or secondary Administration Server. This column is only available in lists that contain devices from different Administration Servers.

Parent group

 

 

Name of the administration group where the < Device Name> icon is located. This column is only available in lists that contain devices from different Administration Servers.

Managed by a different Administration Server

 

The parameter can take one of these values:

  • True, if during remote installation of security applications on the device, it turns out that the device is managed by different Administration Server.
  • False, otherwise.

Operating system build

 

 

The build number of the operating system. You can specify whether the selected operating system must have an equal, earlier, or later build number. You can also configure searching for all build numbers except the specified one.

 

Operating system release ID

 

The release identifier (ID) of the operating system. You can specify whether the selected operating system must have an equal, earlier, or later release ID. You can also configure searching for all release ID numbers except the specified one.

 

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