If protection tools other than Kaspersky Endpoint Security 8.0 (for example, Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Mac or Kaspersky Anti Virus 6.0 for Windows Servers MP4) are used in your network, they need separate update tasks.Each product update task has a specific schedule and settings, including: Updates are retrieved from the Administration Server by the Network Agents.
These devices not only allow multiple computers to be connected to a single internet connection, but they act as a type of firewall, protecting against malicious traffic from the internet.
There are also dedicated hardware appliances that act only as firewalls, and there is software that can be installed on PCs to act as a firewall as well.
That is why, by default, updates will be downloaded from Kaspersky Lab update servers.
The mobile mode is described in detail in Chapter 5 Mobile Computer Management.
The standard schedule for the Kaspersky Endpoint Security update tasks is When new updates are downloaded to the repository.
Whenever new signature databases appear in the Administration Server repository, it sends the corresponding signal to the UDP port 15000 of the client computers, triggering the start of the update task.Updates from the server repository are distributed to the client computers by group update tasks.To ensure coverage of all managed computers, an update task must be a group task created within the Managed computers node.By default, an automatically detected proxy server is used.Also, you can specify a separate list of update sources for client computers working in the mobile mode—which typically means that the Administration Server is inaccessible for them.The default random delay value in the tasks created by the Quick Start wizard depends upon the network size selected while installing the Administration Server: Just like virus scan tasks, group update tasks created at an upper level are automatically run on the clients of all subgroups.