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STEP 9. COMPLETING ACTIVATION
The Wizard informs you that Kaspersky Internet Security has been successfully activated. In addition, information about
the current license is provided in this window: the license expiration date and number of computers covered by the
license.
If you have ordered a subscription, information about the subscription status is displayed instead of the license expiration
date.
Click the Finish button to close the Wizard.
INSTALLING THE APPLICATION FROM THE COMMAND
PROMPT
You can install Kaspersky Internet Security from the command prompt.
Command prompt syntax:
<path to the file of the installation package> [parameters]
Detailed instructions and a list of installation settings are available on the Technical Support website
(http://support.kaspersky.com/12002).
GETTING STARTED
In order for Kaspersky Internet Security to fully support web browsers, the Kaspersky Protection extension has to be
installed and enabled in web browsers.
Kaspersky Internet Security uses the Kaspersky Protection extension to embed a script into the web page opened in
Protected Browser. The application uses this script to interact with the web page.
The Kaspersky Protection extension is installed in the following web browsers:
Microsoft Internet Explorer 8.0, 9.0, 10.0, and 11.0
Internet Explorer 10 and Internet Explorer 11 browsers with the new Windows user interface are not supported.
Mozilla™ Firefox™ 31.x and later
Google Chrome™ 36.x and later
Kaspersky Internet Security supports Google Chrome 37.x and 38.x both in 32-bit and in 64-bit operating
systems.
The Kaspersky Protection extension is installed in web browsers during installation of Kaspersky Internet Security.
After installing Kaspersky Internet Security, you have to enable the Kaspersky Protection extension:
To enable the extension in the Mozilla Firefox web browser, you have to allow installation of the extension in the
web browser window.
In the Google Chrome web browser, you have to allow the Kaspersky Protection extension to be enabled. If you
refuse to enable the extension, you will later need to install and enable the Kaspersky Protection extension
manually by installing it from the Chrome™ web store or from the page on the Technical Support website
(http://support.kaspersky.com/interactive/google/en/kis2016plugin).
In the Microsoft Internet Explorer web browser, the Kaspersky Protection extension is enabled automatically.
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