The principle text console commands for managing Kaspersky Endpoint Security 8 for Linux

 

Kaspersky Endpoint Security 8 for Linux

 
 
 

The principle text console commands for managing Kaspersky Endpoint Security 8 for Linux

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2012 Nov 08 ID: 5109
 
 
 
 

Applies to Kaspersky Endpoint Security 8 for Linux

This article explains the principle text console commands for managing Kaspersky Endpoint Security 8 for Linux tasks.

All the tasks are managed via the kes4lwks-control utility, located in the /opt/kaspersky/kes4lwks/bin/ folder.

Each task has an ID that can be found by using the following command:

 # kes4lwks-control --get-task-list

This command returns a list of tasks with their curent status and ID.

# kes4lwks-control --get-task-state <ID> - display the status of the task with the given ID

# kes4lwks-control --start-task <ID> - start the task with the given ID

# kes4lwks-control --stop-task <ID> - stop the task with the given ID

# kes4lwks-control --suspend-task <ID> - suspend the task with the given ID

# kes4lwks-control --resume-task <ID> - resume the task with the given ID

# kes4lwks-control --progress <ID> - display the progress of the task with the given ID (applicable to scan-on-demand and update asks only)

the following command creates a new task:

# kes4lwks-control --create-task <task_name>

this command can be modified with the following options:

--use-task-type <task_type> - the type of the new task. Can be either Update or ODS.

--file <file_path> - get configuration from the given file.

The following command deletes a task:

# kes4lwks-control --delete-task <ID>

The following command exports the task settings into a file:

# kes4lwks-control --get-settings <ID> --file=<file_path>

File format (XML or INI) is identified automatically by extension or using the –file-format argument

The following command imports the task settings from a file:

# kes4lwks-control --set-settings <ID> --file=<file_path>

File format (XML or INI) is identified automatically by extension or using the –file-format argument

The following command exports the application settings into a file:

# kes4lwks-control --get-app-settings --file=<file_path>

File format (XML or INI) is identified automatically by extension or using the –file-format argument

The following command imports the application settings from a file:

# kes4lwks-control --set-app-settings --file=<file_path>

File format (XML or INI) is identified automatically by extension or using the –file-format argument

Application control commands:

# kes4lwks-control –start-app – start the Anti-Virus

# kes4lwks-control --restart-app – restart the Anti-Virus

# kes4lwks-control --stop-app – stop the Anti-Virus

 
 
 
 
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