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Kaspersky Small Office Security 2014 update issue?

Posted on 2015-02-07
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Hello Experts,

I am Using Kaspersky ant-virus Small office security 2014 on a file server and several Windows 7 Pro clients. I would like to have Kaspersky on the file server get updates from the cloud then have each Wiindows 7 Pro client with KAspersky get updated OFFLINE from the file server.

Does anyone know if this is possible?

Thanks!
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by:Chris Millard
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Yes it is indeed possible. Follow Kaspersky's documentation at:-

http://support.kaspersky.co.uk/10455
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Thanks - I looked at this and it looks like you can set one computer to perform the updates to several computers but it is not clear if:

1. Only One update file is downloaded and applied to all the management clients from the management server or if
2. A separate Update file is download for each client via the management server

We have very limited Internet bandwidth so I am trying to minimize the update download volume to only one machine.

Do yo know what the procedure actually is?

Thanks!
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by:Chris Millard
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Yes, the management console normally downloads one copy of the file and keeps it locally for the clients to get.
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by:Saxitalis
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The only things is...

When I Disable the update source (as Kaspersky Labs in cloud) on the client computer. The client will not update from the management server. When I point back to Kaspersky Labs on client it will update via management server. This implies that the management server is only running the task on the client computer remotely???
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Thank! You were spot 0n...
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