Deployment scenarios for Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Android

17 July 2024

ID 99483

Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Android can be deployed on mobile devices within the corporate network in several ways. You can use the most suitable deployment scenario for your organization or combine several deployment scenarios.

For details on deploying Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Android in Kaspersky Endpoint Security Cloud, please refer to Kaspersky Endpoint Security Cloud help.

Deploying Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Android via Kaspersky Security Center

You can deploy Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Android via Kaspersky Security Center by using the following methods:

  • Deliver messages with the Google Play link (recommended)
  • Deliver messages with a link to the standalone app package

Deployment of Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Android using Google Play consists in sending messages containing the Google Play link to users of devices from the Administration Console.

Deployment of Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Android via standalone package delivery consists of the following steps to be performed by the administrator:

  1. Creating an app installation package.
  2. Configuring installation package settings.
  3. Creating a standalone installation package.
  4. Sending messages with a link for downloading a standalone installation package to users of Android devices. Mass mailing is available.

The user installs Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Android on a mobile device after receiving a message with a Google Play link or a link for downloading the installation package from the Kaspersky Security Center Web Server. No additional preparations are needed to begin using the app.

Deploying Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Android from Google Play

It is recommended to employ the Google Play deployment scenario if remote installation is not possible.

Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Android is installed from Google Play independently by the users of devices. Users download the mobile app distribution package from Google Play and install the app on devices. After the app has been installed on the device, you need to make additional preparations before you can begin using it: configure the settings of the connection to the Administration Server and install a general certificate.

Deploying Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Android via KNOX Mobile Enrollment

Deployment of Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Android consists of adding a KNOX MDM profile to mobile devices. The KNOX MDM profile contains a link to an app deployed on the Kaspersky Security Center Web Server or another server. After the app is installed on the mobile device, you must also install a general certificate.

You can read about installation through KNOX Mobile Enrollment in the Samsung KNOX section.

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