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Settings of a managed device

February 26, 2024

ID 153888

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To view the settings of a managed device:

  1. In the console tree, select the Managed devices folder.
  2. In the workspace of the folder, select a device.
  3. In the context menu of the device, select Properties.

The properties window of the selected device opens, with the General section selected.

General

The General section displays general information about the client device. Information is provided on the basis of data received during the last synchronization of the client device with the Administration Server:

  • Name
  • Description
  • Windows domain
  • NetBIOS name
  • DNS name
  • IP address
  • Group
  • Last updated
  • Last visible
  • Connected to Administration Server
  • Do not disconnect from the Administration Server

Protection

The Protection section provides information about the current status of anti-virus protection on the client device:

  • Device status
  • All problems
  • Real-time protection
  • Last on-demand scan
  • Total number of threats detected
  • Active threats
  • Disk encryption status

Applications

The Applications section lists all Kaspersky applications installed on the client device:

  • Events
  • Statistics
  • Properties

Tasks

In the Tasks tab, you can manage client device tasks: view the list of existing tasks, create new ones, remove, start, and stop tasks, modify their settings, and view execution results. The list of tasks is provided based on data received during the last session of client synchronization with the Administration Server. The Administration Server requests the task status details from the client device. If connection is not established, the status is not displayed.

Events

The Events tab displays events logged on the Administration Server for the selected client device.

Tags

In the Tags tab, you can manage the list of keywords that are used for finding client devices: view the list of existing tags, assign tags from the list, configure auto-tagging rules, add new tags and rename old tags, and remove tags.

System Info

The General system info section provides information about the application installed on the client device.

Applications registry

In the Applications registry section, you can view the registry of applications installed on the client device and their updates; you can also set up the display of the applications registry.

Information about installed applications is provided if Network Agent installed on the client device sends required information to the Administration Server. You can configure sending of information to the Administration Server in the properties window of Network Agent or its policy, in the Repositories section.

  • Display incompatible security applications only
  • Show updates
  • Export to file
  • History
  • Properties

Executable files

The Executable files section displays executable files found on the client device.

Hardware registry

In the Hardware registry section, you can view information about hardware installed on the client device. You can view this information for Windows devices and Linux devices.

Ensure that the lshw utility is installed on Linux devices from which you want to fetch hardware details. Hardware details fetched from virtual machines may be incomplete depending on the hypervisor used.

Sessions

The Sessions section displays information about the client device owner, as well as accounts of users who have worked on the selected client device.

Information about domain users is generated based on Active Directory data. The details of local users are provided by Windows Security Account Manager installed on the client device.

  • Device owner

The list displays accounts of users that work on the client device.

  • Name
  • Participant's name
  • Account
  • Email
  • Phone

Incidents

In the Incidents tab, you can view, edit, and create incidents for the client device. Incidents can be created either automatically, through managed Kaspersky applications installed on the client device, or manually by the administrator. For example, if some users regularly move malware from their removable drives to devices, the administrator can create an incident. The administrator can provide a brief description of the case and recommended actions (such as disciplinary actions to be taken against a user) in the text of the incident, and can add a link to the user or users.

An incident for which all of the required actions have been taken is called processed. The presence of unprocessed incidents can be chosen as the condition for a change of the device status to Critical or Warning.

This section contains a list of incidents that have been created for the device. Incidents are classified by severity level and type. The type of an incident is defined by the Kaspersky application, which creates the incident. You can highlight processed incidents in the list by selecting the check box in the Processed column.

Software vulnerabilities

The Software vulnerabilities section provides information about vulnerabilities in third-party applications installed on client devices. You can use the search field above the list to look for vulnerabilities by name.

  • Export to file
  • Show only vulnerabilities that can be fixed
  • Properties

Available updates

This section displays a list of software updates found on this device but not installed yet.

  • Show installed updates

Active policies

This section displays a list of Kaspersky application policies currently active on this device.

  • Export to file

Active policy profiles

  • Active policy profiles
  • Export to file

Distribution points

This section provides a list of distribution points with which the device interacts.

  • Export to file
  • Properties

See also:

Adjusting the general settings of Administration Server

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