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SAP Authorization Trace - Simple Overview of Authorizations
Maintain authorization objects more easily
Protect your system from unauthorised calls to RFC function blocks from the S_RFC authorization object by obtaining the necessary permissions using the statistical usage data. In many organisations, the primary focus in the permission environment is on protecting dialogue access. For each required transaction, you decide in detail which groups of people are allowed access. It is often overlooked that the critical S_RFC privilege object requires an analogue permission assignment. If the RFC (Remote Function Call) external access permissions are unneatly defined and assigned to the users, the S_TCODE authorization object quickly bypasses the primary protection for bootable applications.

You know that changing your SU24 data involves mixing the roles in question. Previously, the permission administrators had to select roles from, for example, the SUIM transaction to edit them. Often, the remixing of the respective roles is also forgotten. In order to ensure that you can set the mixing mode for the respective roles directly when maintaining the data in the transaction SU24, the function has been provided here with the respective support packages named in SAP Note 1896191. Correction is used to change the mixing mode for PFCG: On/Off/Roles. The function assigns the shuffle mode to the roles, which corresponds to step 2c of the transaction SU25 (see tip 43, "Customise Permissions After an Upgrade"). You can enable this function by using the value Y for the parameter SU2X_SET_FORCE_MIX in the table PRGN_CUST. The status of the mixing mode can be checked by clicking the button Mixing mode for PFCG: Enquire On/Off. By default, this feature is off. The Roles button (Use in Single Roles) identifies all the roles that the selected application contains and displays them directly in the SU24 transaction. You will receive a list of all matching roles in the SUPC transaction by selecting the Also-to-be-matched roles option, and you can now gradually update the roles.
Take advantage of roll transport feature improvements
This report checks the customising of the CRM business role for which the PFCG role is to be created, and writes all area start pages and logical links to a text file in the form of external services. This text file is stored locally in the SAP folder under c:/User//SAP. On the Menu tab of the PFCG role, you can upload this text file from File by selecting Menu > Import.

Setting the confidentiality or encryption markers in the SEND_EMAIL_FOR_USER method affects the display of the e-mail in Business Communication Services Administration (transaction SCOT). If the email is marked as confidential, it can only be viewed by the sender or the creator of the email. The sender and the creator need not necessarily be identical, for example, if you have entered the system as the sender. The e-mail creator is the one who ran the application in the context of which the e-mail was created. The encryption flag also automatically sets the confidentiality of the email. The e-mail is not stored in the system in encrypted form, but is protected against unauthorised access by the confidentiality flag. However, access by the sender or creator is still possible. You should also note that the subject of the email is not encrypted.

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.

In the lower part, you can select the distribution parameters that you are interested in changing.

Typical criteria are operating system versions, kernel patch levels, and the status of specific transport jobs or security settings.
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