Use Central User Management change documents
User master data
Locking and validity of the user account is done through the user administrator and is also valid for other authentication procedures. This means that a login via SSO is not possible for an invalid user or a user with administrator lock. We therefore always recommend that you prevent access to the system by setting the validity of users. Setting validity on assigned roles also prevents the user from performing actions in the system, but does not generally prevent them from logging in.
You can disable this new behaviour for the SAP_ALL profile by setting the customising switch ADD_S_RFCACL to the value YES in the table PRGN_CUST. If the ADD_S_RFCACL entry is YES, SAP_ALL still contains the total permissions for the S_RFCACL authorization object.
Using eCATT to maintain roles
In order to transport this table entry, you must go to the object list of the transport order in transaction SE09 and manually create an entry there with object key R3TR TABU KBEROBJ. Double-click on the key list, and you will be taken to the care image where you have to create an entry with *. This will transport all entries in the KBEROBJ table starting with a space. You must then move the RESPAREA field to the organisational level. Please follow the instructions in our Tip 49, "Add New Organisation Levels". If you use more than one Cost Centre or Profit Centre hierarchy with inheritance logic for the permissions, you must set this in the Customising cost accounting circles through the transaction OKKP. There you can decide in the year independent basic data which hierarchies you want to use. In the basic data for the year, you then define which hierarchies should be used per fiscal year. You can use up to three hierarchies for entitlement award for cost centres and profit centres.
The filter setting in transaction SM19 determines which events should be logged. In addition, you must activate the Security Audit Log via the profile parameters in the transaction RZ11 and make technical settings. For an overview of the profile parameters for the Security Audit Log, see the following table. The values specified in the table are a suggestion, but not the default values. The Security Audit Log is not fully configured until both the profile parameters and an active filter profile have been maintained. Note that the Security Audit Log has two configuration options: static and dynamic configuration. Static configuration stores filter settings persistent in the database; they are only applied on a system boot. The filter settings are used as the current configuration for each subsequent startup and should therefore always be maintained. The dynamic configuration allows you to change the settings in the running mode. The dynamic configuration is used when settings need to be adjusted temporarily. Here you can change all filter settings, but not the number of existing filters. Dynamic configuration will remain active until the next boot.
"Shortcut for SAP systems" is a tool that enables the assignment of authorizations even if the IdM system fails.
We describe details about the encryption of emails and an alternative sending of the initial password directly from the affected SAP system in Tip 98, "Encrypt emails".
In the results list, you can see permissions that have failed for each user, as in our example, the missing permission to display the AGR_1251 table.