Kaspersky Allow Network Sharing   

How to Allow Kaspersky Antivirus Network Sharing?  

  • Follow the below-given steps to enable Kaspersky Allow Network Sharing on your system. 
  • Launch Kaspersky on your system and navigate to the Settings menu. 
  • Select the Firewall option followed by the Settings option. 
  • Go to the Networks tab and check if two connections are displayed. 
  • Find the local connection and right-click on it to choose the Trusted Network option.   
  • Tap the OK button two times.  
  • If this does not work, then navigate to the Firewall Settings and go to the Packet Rules tab.   
  • Right-click on the Local Services(TCP) option and set it to Allow. Similarly, set Allow for Local Services(UDP) also.   
  • Click the OK button thrice.   
  • Network sharing will now be enabled on your system.   

Kaspersky Allow Network Sharing

Why Kaspersky Network Agent not Running?     

  • Check if you have applies the policies properly on your computer. 
  • Verify if you are able to synchronize the Antivirus software with your computer. If it is not synchronized, then this Kaspersky Allow Network Sharing error might occur.
  • Open the administrative console on your computer and check if the managed computer icon is inactive. Turn it to the active state and save the changes. 
  • Now, you have to check if the values in the server connection display the correct date and time. Adjust the date and time of the connection in the next Clean my PC step. 
  • Finally, check the connection between the network agent and the administrator server. 
  • To do so, you have to run the software with the help of the local administrator privileges on the computer. 
  • You have to run it from the network agent folder available in the C drive. 
  • Save the results to a log file

Why Kaspersky Network Attack has been Blocked?     

  • First, you have to clear the DNS cache on your system to resolve this error. 
  • To do so, you have to launch the command prompt on your system. 
  • Once it opens, key in ipconfig/flushdns and tap the Enter key. 
  • After the DNS has been cleared, a message will be displayed on your screen. 
  • Since Kasperky has been facing issues with network attack blocker, they have released an update to rectify these errors. 
  • Download the update and install it on your system to resolve the error. 
Kaspersky Network Sharing

Why Kaspersky Causing Network Issues?

  • To resolve this error, Restart the DNS client. 
  • The first step of the restarting procedure is to press the Windows and the R key together. 
  • Key in services.msc in the Run dialog box and tap the Enter button. 
  • Once the Services window opens, you have to check if the DNS client is initialized or not. 
  • If not, select the DNS Client files and select the Restart option present in the left panel of the window. 
  • Next, you have to change the DNS address by navigating to the Network Settings menu. 
  • Specify ncpa.cpl in the Run dialog box and tap the OK button. 
  • When the Network Connection window launches, you have to right-click on your Kaspersky Antivirus network connection and choose the Properties option. 
  • Go to the Kaspersky Allow Network Sharing tab and highlight the box near the Internet Protocol Version 4(TCP/IPv4) option. 
  • Now, you have to select Use the Following DNS Server Addresses option in the next step. Mention in the Preferred DNS Server field and in the Alternate DNS Server field. 
  • Click the OK button
  • Call the technical team if you need further help with this issue. 

How to Control Kaspersky Network Access?

  • The Kaspersky Network Sharing access control will help you control the guest access. 
  • When a new device enters the network, it will be checked and then provided or denied access. 
  • If you are a guest, then you will be directed to the guest captive portal and given permission to access the Internet. 
  • The feature is hidden by default, and you will not be able to access it. 

Why Kaspersky Blocking Wireless Network?  

  • To rectify this issue, proceed with the below-stated procedure. 
  • Launch the Kaspersky interface on your computer. 
  • Tap the Settings icon available on the screen and then select the Protection Center option. 
  • Scroll the screen downwards and choose the Firewall option. 
  • Click on the Networks option. The public network and the local network will be displayed on the next page.           
  • You have to right-click on the Local Network option and select the Trusted Network option. 
  • Exit from the window and return to the main screen. Check if the Kaspersky Allow Network Sharing issue has been resolved.