If you’re also having trouble in automatically updating Kaspersky Antivirus or Kaspersky Internet Security, you could try out the following solutions.
Up until a couple of weeks ago, I was using Kaspersky Internet Security on two of my desktop computers only without a single issue, and about ten days ago, I uninstalled the Norton Antivirus from my HP notebook and installed Kaspersky Internet Security as I had a spare license key with me.
After installing the KIS, I activated the product by entering the license key and then manually updated the database to the latest available version.
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Before you start troubleshooting, make sure that your system date and time is correct as Kaspersky depends on your system date and time to download virus database. With default settings, Kaspersky products regularly connect to the server and download available updates automatically.
But if you have changed this default setting, you need to set back it to download updates automatically by following given below instructions: Step 1: Launch Kaspersky.
Step 3: In the left pane, click Additional to see various options on the right side.
While attempting to install Kaspersky Endpoint Security 10 on a freshly built computer the installation of the Network Agent failed with the less than helpful message “Fatal error during installation”. 64) [:312]: Application: Kaspersky Security Center Network Agent – Error 25002.
Error while installing: Error 1205/0x0 (‘The system cannot find the path specified.’) accessing filesystem object ‘C:\Program Data\Application Data\Kaspersky Lab\adminkit\data\.bases’.
To do this, double-click on the Kaspersky icon running in the system tray or notification area.
Step 2: Click on the small Settings option located bottom right corner to open Kaspersky settings.