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Have you ever wondered who has critical permissions in your system? Have you lacked the tool and approach to identify these users? The user system in an SAP system is always connected to a permission assignment. Over the life cycle of a user in the SAPS system, more and more permissions are accumulated if they are not withdrawn once they are no longer needed. This accumulation is bound to result in users being able to perform more actions than you would like as the permission administrator. To avoid this, we want to give you a suitable tool.
You can now assign transactions to these roles. Experience has shown that roles should remain application-specific and that a distinction between book or investing, changing and reading roles is also useful. There will be regular transactions used in multiple roles. You should not overestimate the often demanded freedom of redundancy. However, for critical transactions or transactions that are involved in a functional separation conflict, it is recommended that they be kept in a separate role. In general, roles should not contain too many transactions; Smaller roles are easier to maintain and easier to derive. Also, assigning them does not quickly lead to the problem that users have too many permissions. If you keep the necessary functional separations in place, you have already prepared them as a takeaway.
Even if key users (department users/application support) do not have to develop their own authorization objects and cooperation with SAP Basis is always advantageous, there are often technical questions such as "Which users have authorization to evaluate a specific cost center or internal order?
Please note that depending on the results of the RSUSR003 report, a system log message of type E03 is generated. If a critical feature (stored in red) is detected, the message text"Programme RSUSR003 reports ›Security violations‹"is written into the system log. If no critical feature has been detected, the message"Programme RSUSR003 reports ›Security check passed‹"will be displayed instead. This message is sent because the password status information of the default users is highly security relevant and you should be able to track the accesses. You can grant the User and System Administration change permissions for the RSUSR003 report, or you can grant only one execution permission with the S_USER_ADM authorization object and the value CHKSTDPWD in the S_ADM_AREA field. This permission does not include user management change permissions and can therefore also be assigned to auditors.
CREATE_EMAIL_CONTENT: The example implementation of this method generates the e-mail content. The user ID, the relevant system and the initial password are listed for each user. When the method is called in the Central User Management (ZBV), all initial passwords associated with the system in which the password was reset are listed. You should adapt the content of the e-mail to your requirements.
"Shortcut for SAP systems" is a tool that enables the assignment of authorizations even if the IdM system fails.
SAP Basis is the foundation of any SAP system. You can find a lot of useful information about it on this page: www.sap-corner.de.
To do this, select the variant and then double-click in the Variants subfolder to get critical permissions > critical permissions in the input mask.
A note box in which data of all kinds can be quickly filed and retrieved. This is what Scribble Papers promises. At first, the program looks very spartan. But once a small structure is in place, you realise the great flexibility of this little helper.
To do this, run the SU24_AUTO_REPAIR report in a system that is still at the state of the legacy release so that the modification flag is set correctly (see tip 38, "Use the SU22 and SU24 transactions correctly").