SAP Authorization Trace - Simple Overview of Authorizations
Object S_BTCH_NAM and S_BTCH_NA1 (use of foreign users in Steps)
Behind this RFC connection is a Trusted-RFC connection in the ERP system of the system landscape with the naming convention *_RFC. We recommend that you keep the name of the RFC connection for each ERP system in the system landscape and only change the connection data in the RFC connections. You do not need to customise your PFCG roles for the development, test, and production environments. Note that when mixing the single reel with the reel collectors, you will need to maintain the RFC connection in the roll menu of the pulley!
By default, the transactions from the role menu can be found here as derived authorization values. Over the value assistance (F4) can be called partially the available functions fields to these field.
Copy values from the Clipboard to the transaction's PFCG permission fields
Since at least developers in the development system have quasi full authorizations, as mentioned above, concrete access to a critical RFC connection can therefore not be revoked. Since RFC interfaces are defined for the entire system, they can be used from any client of the start system. Existing interfaces can be read out via the RFCDES table in the start (development) system.
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EARLYWATCH: The user EARLYWATCH only exists in the client 066, because it serves the remote maintenance by the SAP support. EARLYWATCH only has display rights for performance and monitoring functions. Safeguard measures: Lock down the user EARLYWATCH and only unlock it when requested by SAP Support. Change the password, assign it to the SUPER user group, and log it with the Security Audit Log.
"Shortcut for SAP systems" is a tool that enables the assignment of authorizations even if the IdM system fails.
Various solutions are offered on the market that offer this functionality in the same or similar form.
These in-house developments often present serious security vulnerabilities because they have insufficient authorization checks in the coding.