Kaspersky Security for Virtualization 6.0 Light Agent

Installing manually

3 July 2024

ID 100568

To remove the Integration Server and Integration Server Console manually:

  1. Place the ksvla-components_6.0.X.X_mlg.exe file on a device running a Windows operating system, where 6.0.X.X is the version number of the solution. This file is included in the distribution kit.
  2. Extract files required for installing Integration Server and Integration Server Console by running:

    ksvla-components_6.0.X.X_mlg.exe -layout [folder] --accept-EulaAndPrivacyPolicy=yes

    where:

    • 6.0.X.X is the solution version number.
    • [folder] is the path to the folder to extract the Integration Server and Integration Server Console installation files into. In the absence of a path, the files will be extracted into the data subfolder inside the folder containing ksvla-components_6.0.X.X_mlg.exe.
    • --accept-EulaAndPrivacyPolicy=yes means that you accept the terms of the Kaspersky Security End User License Agreement, concluded between you and Kaspersky, and the Privacy Policy, which describes the processing and transmission of data. By setting this parameter to yes, you confirm the following:
      • You have fully read, understood and accept the terms and conditions of the Kaspersky Security End User License Agreement.
      • You have fully read and understood the Privacy Policy, you are aware and agree that your data will be handled and transmitted (including to third countries) as described in the Privacy Policy.

      Accepting the terms of the End User License Agreement and Privacy Policy is a prerequisite for installing Integration Server and Integration Server Console. You can read the text of the End-User License Agreement and the Privacy Policy by executing the following command:

      ksvla-components_6.0.X.X_mlg.exe --lang=<language ID> --show-EulaAndPrivacyPolicy

      The text of the End-User License Agreement and the Privacy Policy is output to the license_<language ID>.txt file in the tmp folder.

    Running the command creates two subfolders with files inside the specified folder. The AttachedContainer subfolder contains, among others, files required for installing Integration Server and Integration Server Console:

    • viis_service.msi
    • viis_console.msi
  3. Start the Integration Server installation process by running:

    viis_service.msi ADMIN_VIIS_PASSWORD=<password>

    where:

    • <password> is the password of the Integration Server administrator account (admin). The admin account is used for connecting Integration Server Console to Integration Server.

      A password must be no longer than 60 characters. You can use only letters of the Latin alphabet (uppercase and lowercase letters), numerals, and the following special characters: ! # $ % & ' ( ) * " + , - . / \ : ; < = > _ ? @ [ ] ^ ` { | } ~. For security purposes, you are advised to set a password that is at least 8 characters long and use at least three of the four categories of characters: lowercase letters, uppercase letters, numerals, and special characters.

  4. Launch the Integration Server Console installation process by running:

    viis_console.msi

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