Organisationally restrict table editing permissions
Perform Risk Analysis with the Critical Permissions Report
Add SAP Note 1695113 to your system. With this note, the RSUSR200 and RSUSR002 reports are extended by the selection of different user locks or validity. In the selection, you can now distinguish whether you want to include or exclude users with administrator or password locks in the selection. In addition, you can select in the report RSUSR200 whether the users should be valid on the day of selection or not. To do this, select whether you want to select the user locks as set (01 set) or not set (02 not set) in the selection screen of the RSUSR200 report in the Locking after Lock section of the User Locks (Administrator) field. This includes local and global administrator locks. In the same section, you can also select the password locks (false logins) as set (01 set) or not set (02 not set). This will filter for users that are locked because of incorrect password messages and for which a password login is no longer possible. You can select these selection criteria together or separately. Alternatively, you can also use the Use only users without locks option and additionally, in the Selecting after the user is valid between user today and user today, select not valid.
If it is clear that a cleanup is necessary, the first step should be a detailed analysis of the situation and a check of the security situation. Based on these checks, a redesign of the authorizations can be tackled.
Extend permission checks for documents in FI
With regard to the SAP authorization system, roles and the associated authorization objects, fields and values represent the foundation. Therefore, these check criteria are in the special focus of the authorization analysis of security-relevant characteristics of each authorization administrator. The report RSUSRAUTH is used to display role or authorization data in the respective client. The report analyzes all role data that are anchored in the table AGR_1251. This allows you to quickly find and clean up incorrect and security-critical authorizations not only by selecting the maintenance status of the authorizations, but above all by storing certain authorization objects and controlling them. This ad hoc analysis thus offers you a time-saving method of checking many roles at once according to your own critical characteristics. You can then make full use of this program by importing SAP Note 2069683.
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Launch the QuickViewer for SAP Query with the SQVI transaction. Create a new query named ZMYSUIM on the entry screen. Enter a description of it and - this is the most important step - specify a table join as the data source. You can now specify your data sources on the following screen. You can select the tables in the menu via Edit > Insert Table (or by pressing the button ). In our case, this would be the AGR_ 1251 table for the Role Permissions Values and the AGR_USERS table for the user assignments in rolls. The system automatically proposes a join of the tables via shared data columns. In our example, this is the name of the role.
The possibility of assigning authorizations during the go-live can be additionally secured by using "Shortcut for SAP systems".
Automatic change recording: Changing a role requires recording.
Therefore, we will explain below how you can create table permission groups and map tables.