Are you struggling with the network connection permission for Kaspersky Anti-Virus console running MS-Windows? Look for the solution here in this article.
Kaspersky Anti-Virus console uses the DCOM (Distributed Component Object Model) protocol to receive information about the antivirus work on a remote server.
If the Kaspersky Anti-Virus console installed in the system runs under MS-Windows XP SP2 or higher, MS-Windows Vista or MS-Windows 7 then you should allow the network connections via the firewall to establish a connection between Kaspersky Anti-Virus console and management service.
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Check out the steps as listed below to establish a connection between Kaspersky Anti-Virus console and management service-
- Check whether the anonymous remote access to COM applications is allowed.
- Open TCP port 135, in the Windows Firewall and allow the network connections for the Kaspersky Anti-Virus remote management executable file kavfsrcn.exe.
Note– In case you wanted to apply the new connection settings- when Kaspersky Anti-Virus console was opened while configuring the connection between the protected server and the PC with the console already installed on it then close Kaspersky Anti-Virus console and wait not less than 60 seconds and run the console again.
In case you wanted to allow the anonymous remote access to COM app, follow the steps to do the same-
- Open the ‘Component Services console’ on the system with Kaspersky Anti-Virus console installed.
- Select the ‘Start’ option.
- Click on the ‘Run’.
- Type ‘dcomcnfg’ and press the Ok button.
- In the ‘Component Services console of the system’ expand the ‘Computers node’
- Open the shortcut menu of the ‘My computer’ node and select the command ‘Properties’.
- Press the ‘Edit Limits’ button in the COM Security of the Properties dialog box in the ‘Access permission group of settings’.
Tips- To install any Kaspersky product on your system, you need to have a proper Kaspersky activation code which you can get either on your registered email-ID or on Kaspersky package.
- Check whether allow remote access box is checked for the ‘Anonymous login’ user in the Access permission dialog box.
- Click ‘Ok’ button.