Kaspersky Endpoint Security 12 for Windows

Appendix. Application profiles

25 April 2024

ID 181294

A Profile is a Kaspersky Endpoint Security component, task or feature. Profiles are used to manage the application from the command line. You can use profiles to execute START, STOP, STATUS, STATISTICS, EXPORT, and IMPORT commands. Using profiles, you can configure application settings (for example, STOP DeviceControl) or run tasks (for example, START Scan_My_Computer).

The following profiles are available:

  • AdaptiveAnomaliesControl – Adaptive Anomaly Control.
  • AMSI – AMSI Protection.
  • BehaviorDetection – Behavior Detection.
  • DeviceControl – Device control.
  • EntAppControl – Application Control.
  • File_Monitoring or FM – File Threat Protection.
  • Firewall or FW – Firewall.
  • HIPS – Host Intrusion prevention.
  • IDS – Network Threat Protection.
  • IntegrityCheck – Integrity check.
  • LogInspector – Log Inspection.
  • Mail_Monitoring or EM – Mail Threat Protection.
  • Rollback – update rollback.
  • Scan_ContextScan – Scan from context menu.
  • Scan_IdleScan – Background scan.
  • Scan_Memory – Kernel memory scan.
  • Scan_My_Computer – Full scan.
  • Scan_Objects – Custom scan.
  • Scan_Qscan – Scan objects that are loaded at operation system startup.
  • Scan_Removable_Drive – Removable drives scan.
  • Scan_Startup or STARTUP – Critical Areas Scan.
  • Updater – Update.
  • Web_Monitoring or WM – Web Threat Protection.
  • WebControl – Web Control.

Kaspersky Endpoint Security also supports service profiles. Service profiles may be required when you are contacting Kaspersky Technical Support.

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