Kaspersky Security for Virtualization 6.0 Light Agent

Preparing the Protection Server for operation

3 July 2024

ID 256136

After completing the SVM deployment procedure, it is recommended to use virtual infrastructure tools to check the system date on the SVM. A discrepancy between the system dates on Kaspersky Security Center Administration Server and the SVM may result in an error when connecting the SVM to Kaspersky Security Center as well as incorrect operation of Kaspersky Security solution components.

After deploying the SVM on a hypervisor, you can modify the resources allocated to the SVM, for example, to match those recommended by Kaspersky experts. You can regulate the performance of the SVM using the resources assigned to it.

To prepare the Protection Server for operation, you must perform the following actions:

  1. Make sure that new SVMs are connected to the Integration Server. You can view the list of connected SVMs in the Integration Server Console.
  2. Activate the solution on all new SVMs.

    To activate the solution on SVMs, you must add a license key to the SVMs by using the Solution activation task. After installing the Light Agent component on virtual machines and connecting the Light Agents to the SVMs, the Protection Server component sends license information to the Light Agents.

  3. Update the solution databases on all new SVMs.

    To download packages containing updates of the solution's databases and software modules to the SVMs, you can use an automatically created Update databases and application modules task for the Protection Server.

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