Kaspersky Security for Virtualization 6.0 Light Agent

Reports and notifications

3 July 2024

ID 250878

Various types of events occur during the operation of Kaspersky Security solution components. They can be either formal or critical. For example, the solution component can use events to notify about a successful update of the solution's databases and application modules, or to inform about an error in the operation of the solution component that must be eliminated.

A list of all solution component events is displayed in Kaspersky Security Center Administration Console and in Kaspersky Security Center Web Console. You can configure event notifications. A notification is a message containing information about an event that occurred on an SVM or a protected virtual machine. You can use notifications to promptly inform the user about events that occur during the operation of the solution. For more information about events, see the Kaspersky Security Center Help.

You can also view events that occur while Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Linux is running in Light Agent mode using the Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Linux command line. For more information about Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Linux events, see the Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Linux Help.

You can generate various reports based on the events that occur during the operation of Kaspersky Security solution components.

You can use Kaspersky Security Center reports to, for example, receive information about infected files, modifications to protection settings, and the use of keys and application databases. You can generate and view Kaspersky Security Center reports in the Administration Console and in the Web Console. For detailed information on working with Kaspersky Security Center reports, see the Kaspersky Security Center Help.

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