Kaspersky Security for Virtualization 6.0 Light Agent

Selecting SVMs to remove

3 July 2024

ID 265507

At this step, select the SVMs that you want to remove.

The table displays information about virtual infrastructures, to which the connection is configured for SVM Management Wizard, as well as information about the deployed SVMs:

  • Name/Address
  • State
  • Protection
  • Type

You can search the list of virtual infrastructure objects. The search is performed based on the value of the Name/Address. The search starts as you type in the Search field. The table displays only those virtual infrastructure objects that meet the search criteria. To reset the search results, delete the contents of the Search field.

To select the SVMs to remove:

In the table, select the check boxes on the left of the names of SVMs that you want to remove.

If SVM is removed in an infrastructure managed by the TIONIX Cloud Platform or by the OpenStack platform, simultaneous removal of SVMs deployed in different infrastructures is not supported. You can simultaneously remove SVMs only in the infrastructure managed by the TIONIX Cloud Platform, or only in the infrastructure managed by the OpenStack platform, or in one or more infrastructures of other types.

The simultaneous removal of SVMs within OpenStack projects, which are running on different Keystone microservices, is not supported. You can simultaneously remove SVMs deployed within OpenStack projects that are running on the same Keystone microservice.

If the list contains no virtual infrastructure, from which you want to remove the SVM, you must configure SVM Management Wizard connection to this infrastructure.

To configure the connection of SVM Management Wizard to the virtual infrastructure:

  1. Click the Add button.
  2. In the Virtual infrastructure connection settings window that opens, specify the following settings:
    • Type
    • Protocol

      The Protocol field is displayed if you configure connection to the virtual infrastructure managed by the TIONIX Cloud Platform or to the virtual infrastructure managed by the OpenStack platform.

    • Addresses
    • OpenStack domain

      The OpenStack domain field is displayed if you configure connection to the virtual infrastructure managed by the TIONIX Cloud Platform or to the virtual infrastructure managed by the OpenStack platform.

    • User name
    • Password
  3. Click the Connect button.

    The Virtual infrastructure connection settings window closes. The Wizard adds the selected virtual infrastructure objects to the list and attempts to establish a connection.

    The Wizard verifies the authenticity of all virtual infrastructure objects with which the connection is established.

    Authenticity is not verified for a Microsoft Windows Server (Hyper-V) hypervisor.

    For Keystone microservices, authenticity is verified only when using the HTTPS protocol to connect the SVM Management Wizard to the virtual infrastructure.

    To verify authenticity, the Wizard receives the SSL certificate or fingerprint of the public key from each virtual infrastructure object and verifies them.

    If the authenticity of the received certificate(s) cannot be established, the Certificate verification window opens with a message about this. Click the link in this window to view the details of the received certificate. If the certificate complies with the security policy of your organization, you can confirm the authenticity of the certificate and continue connecting to the virtual infrastructure object. The received certificate will be installed as a trusted certificate on the device where the Kaspersky Security Center Administration Console is installed. If you do not consider this certificate to be authentic, click the Cancel button in the Certificate verification window to disconnect, and replace the certificate with a new one.

    If the authenticity of the open key could not be established, the Open key fingerprint verification window opens with a message about this. You can confirm the authenticity of the open key and continue the connection. The open key fingerprint will be saved on the device where the Kaspersky Security Center Administration Console is installed. If you do not consider this open key to be authentic, click the Cancel button in the Open key fingerprint verification window to terminate the connection.

    If a connection cannot be established with a virtual infrastructure object, information about the connection errors is displayed in the table.

You can update the list of virtual infrastructure objects using the Refresh button above the table. When updating a list, the Wizard verifies the SSL certificates or fingerprints of the public key, just like what happens when adding virtual infrastructure objects to the list.

You can use buttons in the Name/Address column to:

  • Remove selected virtual infrastructure from the list.

    The Integration Server continues to connect to the virtual infrastructure removed from this list, and to receive the information required for SVM operation.

  • If you cannot connect to the virtual infrastructure, open the Virtual infrastructure connection settings window to change the settings of the account used to make the connection.

    After the settings are modified, the Wizard verifies the SSL certificates or fingerprints of the public key, just like what happens when adding virtual infrastructure objects to the list.

Proceed to the next step of the wizard.

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