Allow Camera with Kaspersky and Zoom Follow


Some versions of Kaspersky anti-virus software, specifically Kaspersky Internet Security 2015, block Zoom from accessing your camera by default. You can modify applications' access to the webcam through Application Control in the Kaspersky software.

How to Allow Zoom

  1. From your Start menu, open up Kaspersky Internet Security 20150e2fb892-e63f-479b-a1af-bfe854d7f166.png
  2. Click on Settings.
  3. Click on Protection or Protection Center.Screen_Shot_2017-08-17_at_5.34.04_PM.png
  4. Click on Application ControlScreen_Shot_2017-08-17_at_5.34.14_PM.png
  5. Click on Manage ApplicationsScreen_Shot_2017-08-17_at_5.35.09_PM.png
  6. In the Application management window, drag and drop Zoom Video Communications to the Trusted group, or right-click on Zoom, choose Restrictions and Select Trusted. Screen_Shot_2017-08-17_at_5.36.59_PM.png

Once added as a trusted application, Zoom should be able to access your webcam.

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