Kaspersky Endpoint Security and Management. Systems Management (009.10)

Course Description Schedule

Course Overview

  • Chapter 1. General
  • Chapter 2. Software and Hardware Management
  • Chapter 3. Vulnerability and Patch Management
  • Chapter 4. Network Access Control
  • Chapter 5. Capturing and Deploying Computer Images
  • Lab 1. Managing Licenses of Applications by Other Manufacturers
  • Lab 2. Installing Windows Updates
  • Lab 3. Fixing Program Vulnerabilities
  • Lab 4. Installing Programs by Other Manufacturers
  • Lab 5. Manually Prohibit Network Access to Device
  • Lab 6. Redirecting Computers to Authorization Page
  • Lab 7. Limiting Access Based on Computer Status
  • Lab 8. Capturing Operating System Image
  • Lab 9. Deploying Operating System

Every student does laboratory work independently on a separate set of virtual machines.

Who should attend

Microsoft Windows network administrators who either have experience with Kaspersky Security Center or attended KL 002.10 course


To be able to master the course and efficiently fulfill the laboratory work, the students must have experience with Kaspersky Security Center and Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Windows, completed Kaspersky Endpoint Security and Management. Fundamentals (002.10) course, or have KL Certified Professional or KL Certified Administrator status.

Course Objectives

The course is intended for system administrators and information security specialists having experience with Kaspersky Security Center who want to use systems management features of the Kaspersky management platform that go beyond the management of endpoint protection.

Classroom Training

Duration 1 day

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