Managing the key files via Kaspersky Endpoint Security 8 for Linux console

 

Kaspersky Endpoint Security 8 for Linux

 
 
 

Managing the key files via Kaspersky Endpoint Security 8 for Linux console

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2012 Nov 08 ID: 5518
 
 
 
 

Applies to Kaspersky Endpoint Security 8 for Linux

  • The following command adds an active key file:

    /opt/kaspersky/kes4lwks/bin/kes4lwks-control --install-active-key <key_file_name>

  • The following command adds a reserve (backup) key file:

    /opt/kaspersky/kes4lwks/bin/kes4lwks-control --install-suppl-key <key_file_name>

  • The following command verifies legitimacy of a key file (if it is genuine and if it can be used with Kaspersky Endpoint Security 8 for Linux):

    /opt/kaspersky/kes4lwks/bin/kes4lwks-control -L --validate-key <key_file_name>

    This command does not add the key file.

  • The following command outputs the information about a key file without adding it:

    /opt/kaspersky/kes4lwks/bin/kes4lwks-control -L --show-license-info <key_file_name>

  • The following command outputs full information about added key files:

    /opt/kaspersky/kes4lwks/bin/kes4lwks-control -L --get-installed-keys

  • The following command outputs brief information about added licenses:

    /opt/kaspersky/kes4lwks/bin/kes4lwks-control -L --query-status
 
 
 
 
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