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Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Windows supports the following editions of Microsoft Windows 11 and Microsoft Windows 2022:

Microsoft
Windows 11
Pro/Enterprise
Kaspersky Endpoint Security
10 SP2,
10 SP2 MR1
10.3.0.6294
10 SP2 MR2
10.3.0.6294
10 SP2 MR3
(10.3.3.275)
10 SP2 MR4
(10.3.3.304)
11.0.0.6499,
11.0.1.90
11.6.0.394,
11.5.0.590,
11.4.0.233,
11.3.0.773,
11.2.0.2254
CF 1,
11.2.0.2254,
11.1.1.126,
11.1.0.15919
Microsoft Windows 11 no no no no no yes
limitations
Microsoft
Windows Server
Microsoft Windows Server 2022 no no no no no yes
limitations
 

Support of Microsoft Windows 11

Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11.6.0, 11.5.0, 11.4.0
Limitations:
  • Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) is supported with limitations: Pico processes in FLE are not supported.
  • ReFS is supported with limitations.
  • Case-sensitive file paths are supported with limitations:
    • Case-sensitive FLE paths are not supported.
    • HIPS/Firewall/Application Control. File paths in rules are not case-sensitive.
  • The installation and running of Kaspersky Endpoint Security in a Windows Sandbox environment is not supported.
  • Taking screenshots in the Host Intrusion Prevention component (Application Control Rules → Rights) is not supported for 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems.
Limitations of updating the operating system on computers with KES 11.6.0, 11.5.0 and 11.4.0 installed:
  • If the computer has been encrypted using Full Disk Encryption (FDE), and the upgrade is not performed via WSUS, follow the instructions in this article.
Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11.3.0
Limitations:
  • Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) is supported with limitations: Pico processes in FLE are not supported.
  • ReFS is supported with limitations.
  • Case-sensitive file paths are supported with limitations:
    • Case-sensitive FLE paths are not supported.
    • HIPS/Firewall/Application Control. File paths in rules are not case-sensitive.
  • The installation and running of Kaspersky Endpoint Security in a Windows Sandbox environment is not supported.
Limitations of updating the operating system on computers with KES 11.3.0 installed:
  • If the computer has been encrypted using Full Disk Encryption (FDE), and the upgrade is not performed via WSUS, follow the instructions in this article.
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Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11.2.0 and Critical Fix 1
Limitations:
  • Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) is supported with limitations: Pico processes in FLE are not supported.
  • ReFS is supported with limitations.
  • Case-sensitive file paths are supported with limitations:
    • Case-sensitive FLE paths are not supported.
    • HIPS/Firewall/Application Control. File paths in rules are not case-sensitive.
  • The installation and running of Kaspersky Endpoint Security in a Windows Sandbox environment is not supported.
Limitations of updating the operating system on computers with KES11.2.0 and 11.2.0 Critical Fix 1 installed:
  • If the File Encryption component (FLE) is installed on the computer, the operating system update is not supported. Upgrade Kaspersky Endpoint Security to version 11.5.0 or later or contact technical support for a private patch.
  • If the computer has been encrypted using Full Disk Encryption (FDE), and the upgrade is not performed via WSUS, follow the instructions in this article.
Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11.1.1
Limitations:
  • Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) is supported with limitations: Pico processes in FLE are not supported.
  • ReFS is supported with limitations.
  • Case-sensitive file paths are supported with limitations:
    • Case-sensitive FLE paths are not supported.
    • HIPS/Firewall/Application Control. File paths in rules are not case-sensitive.
  • The installation and running of Kaspersky Endpoint Security in a Windows Sandbox environment is not supported.
Limitations of updating the operating system on computers with KES 11.1.1 installed:
  • If the File Encryption component (FLE) is installed on the computer, the operating system update is not supported. Upgrade Kaspersky Endpoint Security to version 11.5.0 or later or contact technical support for a private patch.
  • After upgrading the operating system from a version earlier than Windows 10 Redstone 2 the application automatically starts the restoration procedure, as a result of which local settings are reset to their default values. At the first startup after the reset, the application prompts to participate in KSN.
  • If the computer has been encrypted using Full Disk Encryption (FDE), follow the instructions in this article.
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Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11.1.0
Limitations:
  • Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) is supported with limitations: Pico processes in FLE are not supported.
  • ReFS is supported with limitations.
  • Case-sensitive file paths are supported with limitations:
    • Case-sensitive FLE paths are not supported.
    • HIPS/Firewall/Application Control. File paths in rules are not case-sensitive.
  • The installation and running of Kaspersky Endpoint Security in a Windows Sandbox environment is not supported.
  • The following privileges in the Host Intrusion Prevention component are not supported (Application Control Rules → Rights).
    For 32-bit operating systems:

    • Pausing other processes and threads
    • Code injection

    for 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems:

    • Using other applications’ APIs
    • Installing hooks
    • Creating a service
    • Opening the service for reading
    • Modifying the service configuration
    • Access to audio devices
    • Access to video devices
    • Using the browser command line
Limitations of updating the operating system on computers with KES11.1.0 installed:
  • If the File Encryption component (FLE) is installed on the computer, the operating system update is not supported. Upgrade Kaspersky Endpoint Security to version 11.5.0 or later or contact technical support for a private patch.
  • After upgrading the operating system from a version earlier than Windows 10 Redstone 2 the application automatically starts the restoration procedure, as a result of which local settings are reset to their default values. At the first startup after the reset, the application prompts to participate in KSN.
  • If the computer has been encrypted using Full Disk Encryption (FDE), follow the instructions in this article.
 

Support of Microsoft Windows Server 2022

Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11.6.0, 11.5.0, 11.4.0, 11.3.0, 11.2.0 and Critical Fix 1
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Limitations:
  • ReFS is supported with limitations.
  • The Server Core, Server Nano, and Cluster Mode configurations are not supported.
  • Firewall / Application Control: file paths in rules are not case-sensitive.
  • When the product is installed, Windows Defender is removed (according to Microsoft recommendations for Anti-Malware Product).
  • When the product is installed from the MSI file (without using setup.exe), you must remove Windows Defender before starting the installation. For details, see the Microsoft support site.
Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11.1.1, 11.1.0
Limitations:
  • ReFS is supported with limitations.
  • The Server Core, Server Nano, and Cluster Mode configurations are not supported.
  • Firewall / Application Control: file paths in rules are not case-sensitive.
  • Before installing the application on Microsoft Windows Server 2019, you must remove Windows Defender. For details, see the Microsoft support site.

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