Methods of migration to Kaspersky Security Center Cloud Console

21 May 2024

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By using the migration feature, you can transfer your networked devices from Kaspersky Security Center under management by Kaspersky Security Center Cloud Console. Your managed devices will be switched without losing the principal settings, such as membership in administration groups; as well as the essential objects, such as policies and tasks related to the managed applications.

You can choose either of the two available methods to migrate your Administration Servers to Kaspersky Security Center Cloud Console:

  • Migration without a hierarchy of Administration Servers:
    • Enables transfer of managed devices and related objects to Kaspersky Security Center Cloud Console, even if the Administration Server on-premises is not secondary in regard to Kaspersky Security Center Cloud Console.
    • May require transfer of files (on a removable drive, by email, through shared folders, or in any other convenient way) if Kaspersky Security Center Web Console and Kaspersky Security Center Cloud Console are opened on different physical devices.

    You can also perform migration with virtual Administration Servers if your network includes them.

  • Migration using a hierarchy of Administration Servers:
    • Enables transfer of managed devices and related objects to Kaspersky Security Center Cloud Console by using only the interface of Kaspersky Security Center Cloud Console, so no physical transfer of files is needed.
    • Requires that the Administration Server running on-premises act as secondary to Kaspersky Security Center Cloud Console. You can create such a hierarchy before starting migration.

For the full disk encryption, Kaspersky Security Center Cloud Console supports only BitLocker.

See also:

Scenario: Migration of devices running Linux or macOS operating systems

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