There's nothing actually wrong with the job, but it is simply a documentation error. I haven't seen any error like that before, but it sounds like the error handler isn't firing. Here is the error your are seeing:
I guess I will close this question since it was answered by Dreamon not long ago:
@Dreamon Go to Windows Update and check to see if the installed updates
are available. You may need to Re-Install all required updates.
Later, if this doesn't work, uninstall all Kaspersky products then
reinstall. If you are sure that there is a virus on your system, then
turn off Automatic Maintenance and perform a full scan.
After struggling with this a couple of days ago, I thought I would update. The only way I could get Kaspersky Internet Security 2014 to activate properly was to actually uninstall it and then reinstall.
I tried re-installing all the Kaspersky softwares - client, browser, desktop and plug-ins and none of them worked. I tried getting the Kaspersky Support to help me but they seem to be unavailable in the evenings.
Anyway after re-installing all the Kaspersky products the activation was successful.
A group of high-profile Republicans joined Chuck Schumer this week in demanding the Department of Homeland Security give them access to the backlog of data on travelers that has been requested under the USA Freedom Act, which passed last Congress but is awaiting action by DHS.
Citing the department’s inaction on the issue, the group of lawmakers wrote to DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson and charged “the lack of data” on travelers “leads to serious harms,” including “irregular border crossings, economic exploitation, and national security threats.”
The lawmakers pointed to language included in the USA Freedom Act (HR 1955), passed by the House on a 224-188 vote Tuesday, that directs DHS to make available to lawmakers “information related to the effectiveness of airline passenger prescreening and the accuracy of airport and airline passenger prescreening programs.”
Johnson must respond to the letter by Sept. 30.
With the House hoping to pass a bill based on the USA Freedom Act before the end of the year and the Senate also pursuing its own version, the demand for travel data would appear to be part of the deal. 0b46394aab