SAP Authorizations Standard authorisation - SAP Basis

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Standard authorisation
Analyze user buffer SU56
You can view the contents of the checked permission fields by double-clicking on the respective variables. The Variables 1 tab displays the variables with the respective values used for this eligibility check. These values correspond to the values that you also see in the System Trace for Permissions. If a permission check ends with SY-SUBRC = 0 when no appropriate permissions are available, verify that the check is turned off locally via the SU24 or globally through the SU25 or AUTH_SWITCH_OBJECTS transactions.

The change management process in the SAP® environment can be quite complex. Since program changes are usually transported into the production system, which can potentially have an impact on the annual financial statements, the audit of the process is an essential part of the annual financial statement audit. For this reason, it must be ensured that the process documentation is up-to-date and complete. It must also be ensured that appropriate classifications are defined for various types of change. This is because the process may subsequently differ for each classification. For example, the extent of the test and release steps varies depending on the criticality of the change, and they may even be shortened considerably for low-risk changes. However, it is crucial to justify this in a comprehensible manner. In the change management process, a sufficient test and release phase should be set up by the responsible department. This process step must also be documented in a comprehensible manner, even if it is not always easy to obtain the necessary evidence from the departments. In this process in particular, it is crucial that a clear dual control principle is established, which ensures that the developer is not also the person who ultimately carries out the transport into the productive environment. In preparation, the documentation should therefore be checked for completeness and up-to-dateness and, in a further step, whether the process defined in it has also been followed throughout the year.
Default permissions already included
The test for the assignment of the SAP_ALL profile is carried out in the SOS differently than in the EWA: If a user is found, assigned to SAP_ALL, and you have not entered it in the corresponding whitelist, it will still be hidden in the subsequent permission checks. Identified users will be output either through a complete list or through examples of specific users. In both cases, you can download the full list in the SAP Solution Manager's ST14 transaction. You can use the Check ID to map user lists to the permission checks. However, you should note that these lists do not contain the evaluations of the whitelists.

They have encountered a role that includes manually maintained organisational levels. Even if you correct the error manually in the role by manually deleting the manually maintained value of the organisation levels in the authorization object, the value in question is not drawn from the organisation level. The AGR_RESET_ORG_LEVELS report allows you to reset these values for the role. The manually maintained organisational data will be deleted, and only the values that have been maintained via the Origen button will be drawn.

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The security audit log is evaluated via the SM20 or SM20N transaction or the RSAU_SELECT_EVENTS report.

Since correct inheritance can no longer occur in such cases, you need a way to reset incorrect values of the organisation levels in the PFCG roles.
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