Check and refresh the permission buffer
Here I had to look for a moment at which point for SAP key users and not only for the SAP Basis in the SAP system an authorization is callable and may like to take this as an opportunity to write here in the article a few basics on the "anatomy" of SAP authorizations. To access the SAP system, the first thing you need is an SAP user ID (User). The user maintenance transaction SU01 (or SU01D) can be used to assign roles (from which profiles are derived) in addition to the (initial) password and personal data.
Since Release 4.6D, the system creates a new folder for each of the roles included in the pulley when rebuilding a Collective Roll menu at the first hierarchy level, and only then the corresponding menu is located. You can decide whether the text of each folder should consist of the technical name or the short text of the role. This function can be disabled by customising.
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It is very important that critical authorizations are generally subject to a monitoring process in order to be able to ensure that they are assigned in a productive system in a very restricted manner or not at all. Law-critical authorizations in particular, such as deleting all change documents, debugging ABAP programs with Replace, and deleting version histories, must never be assigned in a production system, as these authorizations can be used to violate the erasure ban, among other things. It must therefore be ensured that these authorizations have not been assigned to any user, not even to SAP® base administrators.
As part of the implementation of a security patch process, you will have to evaluate many security advisories, depending on your release and support package status. In this case, you can use the RSECNOTE report or the EarlyWatch Alerts to evaluate which security information has been identified as particularly critical by SAP Active Global Support. Since March 2013, the RSECNOTE report has only been very restricted and therefore contains only a few new safety recommendations. Nevertheless, it provides good guidance for the initial resolution of security gaps.
Assigning a role for a limited period of time is done in seconds with "Shortcut for SAP systems" and allows you to quickly continue your go-live.
A corresponding FIORI group is used to make these tiles visually available to the user for access in the Launchpad.
To do this, you will be prompted automatically when the transaction GGB0 is first called.