Install Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Windows


This tutorial explains how to install kapersky Endpoint Security for Windows with the proVConnect manager. ProVConnect make it possible for an administrator to install Kapersky remotely and silently on all its devices.


This tutorial was made for the Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11 for Windows

How to 

1) upload the installer file on your provconnect manager library

The official kapersky Endpoint Security installer can be found from the following link :

To upload the file on your library, just click on the library icon, then go to the Uploads Menu. From there, right click on the file list, and add your installer. It will be added into your file list once the file transfer is done.

2) create an installation task
a) deploy the installer on your device

The installer file from kaspersky is only a package that will download the actual installation setup on your device. The first step is to deploy the file in the folder of your choice, and to execute it afterwards.

deploy the file

execute the file with a silent parameter /S


Don't hesitate to raise the command timeout to at least 5 minutes to avoid unecessary failures

b) install kaspersky silently from the generated files

In order to create an installation task, you need to open the command list menu. From there, you will have to choose the Manage applications command. As the installation will be done without requesting a local user interaction, you will have to set all the necessary installation parameters.


the Additional parameters are :  /pEULA=1 /pPRIVACYPOLICY=1 /pKSN=1 /pKLPASSWD=testpassword /pKLPASSWDAREA=SET /S

Please find the description for this parameters at the end of this documentation.

c) Delete the kaspersky installation folder previously created

3) save the task

All you have to do is to click on the Save As button, and fill up the task template form.

4) publish the task

Click on publish button at the bottom of your the current command queue

That's all, the kapersky antivirus will be installed on the target devices, and without disrupting the current user session

Please note that, even if the device will not reboot automatically, it might need to reboot in order to finalize the installation.

List of parameters for the installer

EULA=1 means acceptance of the End User License Agreement. The installation will not proceed if EULA=0.

KSN=1 means you agree to participate in the Kaspersky Security Network (KSN). This is a mandatory parameter and has no default value.

KLPASSWD sets a password authorizing certain actions with the application and modification of application settings.

KLPASSWDAREA is used in combination with KLPASSWD and can be one of the following:

SET — set a password to modify the application settings.
EXIT — set a password to exit the application.
DISPROTECT — set a password to disable protection components and stop scan tasks.
DISPOLICY — set a password to disable the Kaspersky Security Center 10 policy.
UNIST — set a password to remove the application from the device.
DISCONTRL — set a password to disable control components (Application Startup Control, Application Privilege Control, Vulnerability Monitor, Device Control, Web Control).
REMOVELIC — set a password to remove the license.

ALLOWREBOOT=1 you agree to automatically reboot the computer if necessary. If the ALLOWREBOOT parameter is not included into the command, ALLOWREBOOT=0 is set by default.

SKIPPRODUCTCHECK=1 means that the installer will not check for incompatible applications.

S indicates a silent installation

SKIPPRODUCTCHECK=1 means that the installer will not check for incompatible applications.

SKIPPRODUCTUNINSTALL=1 means that any incompatible applications that are detected will not be removed automatically.