When scanning a number of Microsoft Windows 2012 R2 file servers using Kaspersky Security 10.1.2, the process is changing both the timestamps and attributes on the scanned files. This means that ensuing backup is taking far longer to safeguard the increased number of changed files and this is, at the same time, using up far more backup storage space.
Is there any specific reason why the scan specifically needs to change both the timestamps and attributes of these files?
Best answer by Caos
Then Kaspersky's technical support has sent your Domain Administrator a private fix.
This is a private fix and must be provided by Kaspersky support (use of such a fix without explicit recommendation of its use by Kaspersky support, exempts any problems on the host).
Private patches are managed only if the cases for which they were designed are met. Publishing this kind of solutions may mean that all users (without correctly evaluating the problem) try to apply the solution, having some of them problems related to a misuse of them.