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Important components in the authorization concept
Unlike the EWA, the SOS is able to list users that require extensive permissions. So you can maintain a whitelist. We recommend that you deal with the results of the SOS as follows: Verify that all identified users require critical permission. Complete the users who need this permission in the whitelist. Remove this permission from other users.
In order to be able to act fully at all times in emergency situations, an SAP emergency user must be available who has all authorizations for the entire SAP system (typically by means of the composite profile SAP_ALL). However, this not only makes him a great help, but also extremely dangerous, so that his use must be precisely regulated via a dedicated concept.
Note the maintenance status of permissions in roles and their impact
System Privileges (Database System) permissions: System Privileges are SQL permissions that control administrative actions throughout the database. Such actions include creating a (database) schema (CREATE SCHEMA), creating and modifying roles (ROLE ADMIN), creating and deleting a user (USER ADMIN), or running a database backup (BACKUP ADMIN).
If you want to export the movement data of the productive system to a development system, you should first export user master records and the permission proposal values and archive the complete change documents. After importing, you can then delete the imported change documents, in analogy to the client copy, and then reload and index the original change documents of the development system. The activities described here require administrative permissions for the change documents (S_SCD0 and S_ARCHIVE) and, if applicable, for the table logs (S_TABU_DIS or S_TABU_NAM and S_ARCHIVE). These permissions should be considered critical, and you should assign them to a small circle.
With "Shortcut for SAP systems" you can automate the assignment of roles after a go-live.
In addition to existing authorization objects, you can also create your own authorization objects and select existing authorization fields such as Activity (ACTVT).
We therefore present three possible approaches: 1) Approach to custom development 2) Automated mass maintenance using the Business Role Management (BRM) component of SAP Access Control 3) Use of a pilot note that allows a report for mass update of organisational values in rolls (currently available to selected customers).