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Authorization objects of the PFCG role
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The security check also shows when no redesign is necessary because the authorizations found are compatible with the current concept. The checks allow incorrect authorizations to be identified and rectified without a redesign.

Do you need to integrate the S_TABU_NAM authorization object into your existing permission concept? In this tip, we show you the steps that are necessary to do this - from maintaining the suggestion values to an overview of the eligible tables. You have added the S_TABU_NAM authorization object to your permission concept, so that users can access the tables not only through the S_TABU_DIS authorization object, but also through S_TABU_NAM. This directly regulates access to the tables via table permission groups or, if access is not allowed through table permission groups, via the table permission (see Tip 73, "Use table editing authorization objects"). Do you want to identify the tables or created parameter transactions that allow access to only specific tables to maintain SU24 for these suggested values in the transaction? This makes it easier to maintain PFCG roles. Furthermore, a tool would be useful to give you an overview of the tables for which a user is entitled.
Perform Risk Analysis with the Critical Permissions Report
You assign a reference user to a dialogue user by registering the reference user for additional rights in the SU01 transaction on the Roles tab in the Reference User field. If you are using Central User Administration (ZBV), the assignment applies to all connected systems. If the reference user does not exist in one of the systems, the mapping is ignored. However, the use of reference users also creates risks. This makes it easier to summarise permissions because it is difficult to keep track of the assigned permissions. In SAP NetWeaver AS ABAP 7.0 and above, reference users are considered in the reports of the user information system.

Permissions must be maintained in every SAP system - a task that becomes more difficult the more complex the system landscapes and the greater the number of users. Especially in growing system landscapes, once defined concepts no longer fit the current requirements or the processes in role and authorisation management become more and more complex and cumbersome over time.

With "Shortcut for SAP systems" you can automate the assignment of roles after a go-live.

Define (if necessary, only in detail in accounting, otherwise at the level of applications) which functions must necessarily remain separate.

Authorizations are assigned to users in SAP systems in the form of roles.
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