All sorts of events occur during the operation of the program. They can be either formal or critical. For example, you can use an event to notify about a successful application database update or record a specific component error that needs to be fixed.
A list of all events in the application is displayed in the Kaspersky Security Center Administration Console. More detailed information can be found in the Kaspersky Security Center documentation.
A notification is a message containing information about an event that occurred on an SVM or a protected virtual machine. Notifications keep the user informed about application events in a timely manner.
You can configure notification settings in the Light Agent for Windows policy and in the local interface of the application.
Based on events that occur during application operation, the application generates various types of reports. Reports are generated in Kaspersky Security Center and in the local interface of Light Agent for Windows.
You can use Kaspersky Security Center reports to, for example, receive information about infected files, modifications to protection settings, use of keys and application databases. You can generate and view Kaspersky Security Center reports in the Kaspersky Security Center Administration Console. For detailed information on working with Kaspersky Security Center reports, please refer to the Kaspersky Security Center documentation.
On a protected virtual machine with the Light Agent for Windows component, reports include information about the operation of each application component, performance of each scan task and update task, and the overall operation of the application.