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Receiving up-to-date versions of applications

26 February 2024

ID 55959

Kaspersky Security Center allows you to receive up-to-date versions of corporate applications stored on Kaspersky servers.

To receive up-to-date versions of Kaspersky corporate applications:

  1. Do one of the following:
    • In the console tree select the node the with the name of the required Administration Server, make sure the Monitoring tab is selected, and in the Deployment section click the There are new versions of Kaspersky applications available link.

      The There are new versions of Kaspersky applications available link becomes visible when Administration Server finds a new version of a corporate application on a Kaspersky server.

    • In the console tree, select AdvancedRemote installationInstallation packages, and in the workspace click Additional actions and from the drop-down list select View current versions of Kaspersky applications.

    The list of the current version of Kaspersky applications is displayed.

  2. You can filter the list of Kaspersky applications to simplify the search for the required application.

    At the top of the Current application versions window, click the Filter link to filter the application list by the following criteria:

    • Components. Use this criterion to filter the Kaspersky application list by the protection areas that are in use on your network.
    • Type of downloaded software. Use this criterion to filter the Kaspersky application list by the application type.
    • Software products and updates to display. Use this criterion to display available Kaspersky applications by specific versions.
    • Displayed languages for software and updates. Use this criterion to display Kaspersky applications with a specific localization language.

    Click the Apply button to apply the selected filters.

  3. Select the required application from the list.
  4. Download the application distribution package by clicking the link in the Distribution package web address string.

    Updates of managed applications may require a specific minimum version of Kaspersky Security Center to be installed. If this version is later than your current version, these updates are displayed but cannot be approved. Also, no installation packages can be created from such updates until you upgrade Kaspersky Security Center. You are prompted to upgrade your Kaspersky Security Center instance to the required minimum version.

If the Download applications and create installation packages button is displayed for the application selected, you can click this button to download the application distribution package and create an installation package automatically. Kaspersky Security Center downloads the application distribution package to Administration Server, to the shared folder specified during installation of Kaspersky Security Center. The automatically created installation package is displayed in the Remote installation folder in the console tree, in the Installation packages subfolder.

After the Current application versions window is closed, the There are new versions of Kaspersky applications available link disappears from the Deployment section.

You can create installation packages for new versions of applications and manage newly created installation packages in the Remote installation folder in the console tree, in the Installation packages subfolder.

You can also open the Current application versions window by clicking the View current versions of Kaspersky applications link in the workspace of the Installation packages folder.

See also:

Replacing third-party security applications

Installing applications using a remote installation task

Installing applications using Remote installation wizard

Viewing a protection deployment report

Working with the management plug-ins

Remote removal of applications

Working with installation packages

Preparing a Windows device for remote installation. Riprep utility

Preparing a Linux device and installing Network Agent on a Linux device remotely

Preparing a macOS device for remote installation of Network Agent

Creating an installation package

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