Kaspersky Security Center 10



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TABLE OF CONTENTSABOUT THIS DOCUMENT .6In this document . 6Document conventions .7PLANNING KASPERSKY SECURITY CENTER DEPLOYMENT .8How to select a DBMS for the Administration Server . 9Providing Internet access to the Administration Server . 9Internet access: Administration Server on a local network . 10Internet access: Administration Server in DMZ . 10Internet access: Network Agent in gateway mode in a DMZ . 10Standard configurations of Kaspersky Security Center . 11Standard configuration: Single office . 11Standard configuration: A few large-scale offices run by their own administrators . 12Standard configuration: Multiple small remote offices . 12About Update Agents . 12Administration Server hierarchy. 13Virtual Administration Servers . 13Installing images of operating systems . 14Mobile Device Management . 14Exchange ActiveSync Mobile Device Server . 14How to deploy an Exchange ActiveSync Mobile Device Server . 15Rights required for deployment of an Exchange ActiveSync Mobile Device Server . 15Account for Exchange ActiveSync service . 15iOS MDM Mobile Device Server . 16Standard configuration: Kaspersky Mobile Device Management in DMZ . 17Standard configuration: iOS MDM Mobile Device Server on the local network of an enterprise . 18Managing mobile devices with Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Android . 18About Network Access Control (NAC) . 18DEPLOYMENT AND INITIAL SETUP . 19Installing Administration Server . 20Creating accounts for services of Administration Server . 20Selecting a DBMS . 20Defining a shared folder . 21Remote installation with Administration Server tools through Active Directory group policies . 21Remote installation through delivery of the UNC path to a stand-alone package . 21Updating from the Administration Server shared folder . 21Installing images of operating systems. 21Specifying the address of the Administration Server . 22Defining the Administration Server certificate . 22Initial setup . 23Manual setup of Kaspersky Endpoint Security policy . 23Configuring the policy in the Anti-Virus protection section. 24Configuring the policy in the Advanced Settings section . 24Configuring the policy in the Events section . 25Manual setup of the group update task for Kaspersky Endpoint Security . 26Manual setup of the group task for scanning a computer with Kaspersky Endpoint Security . 26Manual setup of the schedule of the vulnerability scan task . 26Manual setup of the group task for updates installation and vulnerabilities fix . 26Building a structure of administration groups and assigning Update Agents . 27Standard configuration: Single office . 27Standard configuration: Multiple small isolated offices . 28Hierarchy of policies, using policy profiles. 28Hierarchy of policies . 283

BESTPRACTICESPolicy profiles . 29Tasks . 30Computer moving rules . 30Software categorization . 31Backup and restoration of Administration Server settings . 31A computer with Administration Server is inoperable . 32The settings of Administration Server or the database are corrupted . 33Deploying Network Agent and an anti-virus application . 34Initial deployment . 34Configuring installers . 35Installation packages . 35MSI properties and transform files. 36Deployment with third-party tools for remote installation of applications . 36General information about the remote installation tasks in Kaspersky Security Center . 36Deployment by capturing and copying the hard drive of a computer . 37Deployment using group policies of Microsoft Windows . 38Forced deployment through the remote installation task of Kaspersky Security Center . 39Running stand-alone packages created by Kaspersky Security Center . 40Options for manual installation of applications . 41Remote installation of applications on computers with Network Agent installed . 41Managing restarts of target computers in the remote installation task . 42Suitability of databases updating in an installation package of an anti-virus application . 42Selecting a method for uninstalling incompatible applications when installing a Kaspersky Lab Anti-Virusapplication . 42Using tools for remote installation of applications in Kaspersky Security Center for running relevantexecutable files on managed computers . 43Monitoring the deployment . 44Configuring installers . 44General information . 44Installation in silent mode (with a response file) . 45Installation in silent mode (without a response file) . 45Installation in silent mode (without a response file) . 45Administration Server installation settings . 46Network Agent installation settings. 47Virtual infrastructure . 48Tips on reducing the load on virtual machines .

Kaspersky Security Center 10 ("Kaspersky Security Center") Administrator's Guide is intended for professionals who install and administer Kaspersky Security Center, as