Kaspersky Security Center 14

Renewing licenses for Kaspersky applications

February 19, 2024

ID 214791

You can renew a Kaspersky application license that has expired or is about to expire (in less than 30 days).

To renew an expired license or a license that is about to expire:

  1. Do either of the following:
    • In the main menu, go to OperationsLicensingKaspersky licenses.
    • In the main menu, go to Monitoring & reporting → Dashboard, and then click the View expiring licenses link next to a notification.

    The Kaspersky licenses window opens, where you can view and renew licenses.

  2. Click the Renew license link next to the required license.

    By clicking a license renewal link, you agree to transfer to Kaspersky the following information about Kaspersky Security Center: its version, the localization you are using, the software license ID (that is, the ID of the license you are renewing), and whether you purchased the license via a partner company or not.

  3. In the window of the license renewal service that opens follow the instructions to renew a license.

    The license is renewed.

In Kaspersky Security Center Web Console, the notifications are displayed when a license is about to expire, according to the following schedule:

  • 30 days before the expiration
  • 7 days before the expiration
  • 3 days before the expiration
  • 24 hours before the expiration
  • When a license has expired

See also:

Licensing of managed applications

Adding a license key to the Administration Server repository

Deploying a license key to client devices

Automatic distribution of a license key

Viewing information about license keys in use

Deleting a license key from the repository

Revoking consent with an End User License Agreement

Using Kaspersky Marketplace to choose Kaspersky business solutions

Licenses and features of Kaspersky Security Center 14.2

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