Known issues

July 10, 2024

ID 218755

Kaspersky Security Center Cloud Console has a number of limitations that are not critical to operation of the application:

  • When you try to remove the last license key in the Kaspersky licenses section, the Remove button in the confirmation window is not visible if the dark interface theme of Web Console is enabled.
  • The name of a custom Administration Server connection profile is displayed in neither the Kaspersky Event Log nor the klnagchk utility.
  • On a virtual Administration Server, the users in security groups added through Microsoft Entra ID polling are not visible in Web Console.
  • Kaspersky Embedded Systems Security for Linux cannot be uninstalled by using a remote uninstallation task. The task completes successfully, but the application is not uninstalled.
  • On a virtual Administration Server, users added by an administrator are not visible in Web Console in the scenarios related to mobile device management.
  • In the Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Mac policy, if you enable the integration with KATA and you do not specify the server address and certificate, an attempt to enable the Web Control feature returns an error.
  • When you import the Download updates to the repositories of distribution points or Update verification task the Select devices to which the task will be assigned option is enabled. These tasks cannot be assigned to a device selection or specific devices. If you assign the Download updates to the repositories of distribution points or Update verification task to specific devices, the task will be imported incorrectly.
  • After the Inventory scan task is complete for a Linux device, an attempt to send the received files to Kaspersky for analysis returns an error.
  • If you make an attempt to log in to Kaspersky Security Center Cloud Console by using Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS), but the required permissions are missing, Kaspersky Security Center Cloud Console still returns the "Invalid credentials" error instead of warning the user of missing permissions.
  • The Manage devices task does not work correctly for devices running macOS.
  • In the Remote diagnostics window, clicking the Download entire file button might not result in correct downloading.
  • An ignored third-party vulnerability (not including Microsoft software) is not shown on the Statistics of vulnerability on devices diagram.

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