Lack of definition of an internal control system (ICS)
List of required organisational levels and their value
Developer and customizing authorizations represent a great potential danger in productive SAP systems. Here, authorizations must be assigned very restrictively, e.g. only to emergency users. The same applies to RFC connections from a development system to productive systems. Such connections can only be used to a very limited extent.
Customising roles are temporary because of their project nature. Therefore, when assigning users, maintain the end date. You cannot also map transactions manually if you created a role directly from a project or project view. Conversely, you cannot use an existing transaction role in the menu as a customising role. The transactions associated with a customising role are not displayed in the Session Manager or the SAP Easy Access menu, but can only be viewed through the view in the customising.
Grant permission for external services from SAP CRM
If your users are allowed to share their own background jobs, you need the JOBACTION = RELE permission to the S_BTCH_JOB object. In this case, you can start all jobs at the desired time. In many cases, background jobs are used for the professional or technical operation of applications; Therefore, we recommend that you schedule these background jobs under a System-Type technical user (see also Tip 6, "Note the impact of user types on password rules"). The advantage of this is that the permissions can be controlled more accurately and you do not run the risk of a job being lost if the user under whom it was scheduled to leave your company once. You can realise the association with a system user by giving the user who plans the job permission for the S_BTCH_NAM object. In the BTCUNAME field, the name of the step user, i.e. the user under whom the job should run, such as MUSTERMANN, is entered.
Different users in your SAP system will have different password rules, password changes, and login restrictions. The new security policy allows you to define these user-specific and client-specific. It happens again and again that there are special requirements for password rules, password changes and login restrictions for different users in your SAP system. There may be different reasons for this.
"Shortcut for SAP systems" is a tool that enables the assignment of authorizations even if the IdM system fails.
In all scenarios, the user selects the system and the client in which a password is to be reset from a web page.
You can also find some useful tips from practice on the subject of SAP authorizations on the page www.sap-corner.de.
Launch the QuickViewer for SAP Query with the SQVI transaction.