Kaspersky Security Center

Revoking consent with an End User License Agreement

14 April 2024

ID 192967

If you decide to stop protection of your client devices, you can uninstall managed Kaspersky applications and revoke your End User License Agreement (EULA) for these applications.

To revoke a EULA for managed Kaspersky applications:

  1. In the console tree, select Administration ServerAdvancedAccepted EULAs.

    A list of EULAs—accepted upon creation of installation packages, at the seamless installation of updates, or upon deployment of Kaspersky Security for Mobile—is displayed.

  2. In the list, select the EULA that you want to revoke.

    You can view the following properties of the EULA:

    • Date when the EULA was accepted.
    • The name of the user who accepted the EULA.
    • Link to the terms of the EULA.
    • List of the objects that are connected to the EULA: names of installation packages, names of seamless updates, names of mobile apps.
  3. Click the Revoke EULA button.

    In the window that opens, you are informed that you must uninstall Kaspersky application corresponding to the EULA.

  4. Click the button to confirm revocation.

    Kaspersky Security Center checks whether the installation packages (corresponding to the managed Kaspersky application whose EULA you want to revoke) are deleted.

    You can revoke only the EULA for a managed Kaspersky application, whose installation packages are deleted.

The EULA is revoked. It is not displayed in the list of EULAs in the Administration ServerAdvancedAccepted EULAs section. You cannot protect client devices using a Kaspersky application whose EULA you have revoked.

See also

Scenario: Configuring network protection

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