Archive change document management for user and permission management
Standard users such as SAP* or DDIC should also be implemented correctly in accordance with the authorization concept or SAP's recommendations. An important preparatory action here is to check whether the passwords have been changed for all standard users.
The background to the mass presence of authorization objects in a PFCG role after a role menu has been created is usually the mass of generic OP links that are not actually necessary for the CRMBusiness role. The existence of proposed values from the transaction SU24 loads the proposed authorisation values associated with the respective external services into the PFCG role, which results in too many unnecessary authorization objects being placed there. By excluding the GENERIC_OP_LINKS folder, you only need to take care of the external services and their authorization objects configured in the CRM business role in your PFCG role. For a user to have all the necessary permissions, you now assign the basic role with the permissions to the generic operating links and the actual role that describes the user's desktop.
Centrally review failed authorisation checks in transaction SU53
If the system trace has recorded permission data for this authorization object, it will appear in the right pane of the window. In the left pane, you can see the existing suggestion values. If you notice that you do not have any suggestion values that you think are necessary and have been recorded by the trace, you can set the suggestion values to Yes by selecting the appropriate row, column or field in the right pane and clicking the Apply button. You are free to make any manual adjustments to the field values. Afterwards, confirm maintenance and your changes are saved for this authorization object. Do the same for all other authorization objects.
If you want to understand how to run a permission check in your code, you can use the debugger to move through the permission check step by step. To implement your own permission checks, it may be helpful to see how such checks have been implemented in the SAP standard. In this tip, we show you how to view the source code of permission checks using the debugger in the programme, or how to get to the code locations where the permission checks are implemented.
"Shortcut for SAP systems" is a tool that enables the assignment of authorizations even if the IdM system fails.
are displayed, which can then be processed directly with a click.
The security section of the ESC is the entry point for the evaluation of permissions; Therefore, it currently contains the following seven critical tests: Super User Accounts (accounts with the SAP_ALL permission profile), users with the Display all Tables permission, users with the Start all Reports permission, users with the Debug/Replace permission, users with the Display Other Users Spool Request permission, users with the Administer RFC Connections permission, users with the Reset/Change User Passwords permission.