Lock Inactive Users
Important components in the authorization concept
With the new transaction SAIS, you will enter the AIS cockpit, where you will be able to evaluate the various audit structures related to the topic. When performing an audit, under Audit Structure, select one of the existing structures and select a check number in the appropriate field. Audit structures may be subject to different audits; Therefore, you must always select an audit first. To do this, select a verification number or create a new audit. After you select the audit, the audit tree will appear in the cockpit. You can now perform the individual steps of the audit along the definition in the audit tree.
This solution is only available via a support package starting with SAP NetWeaver AS ABAP 731 and requires a kernel patch. For details on the relevant support packages, see SAP Note 1891583. In principle, user login to the application server can then be restricted by setting the new login/server_logon_restriction profile parameter.
SAP Note 1720401 extends the SU10 transaction (mass maintenance of users) with the previously missing option to select users by login date and password changes. The notice adds these features to the RSUSR200 report. This report can also be executed directly using the transaction SU10 and the corresponding permission. After the hint has been inserted, the transaction SU10 will be expanded to include the login data button.
Manual authorization profile - To minimize the editing effort when using manual authorization profiles, you usually do not enter individual authorizations in the user master record, but authorizations combined into authorization profiles. Changes to access rights take effect for all users whose user master record contains the profile the next time they log on to the system. Users who have already logged on are therefore not initially affected by changes.
"Shortcut for SAP systems" is a tool that enables the assignment of authorizations even if the IdM system fails.
You can define these requirements in the SAP Solution Manager Configuration Validation application and evaluate compliance with these requirements in all systems.
However, this can be very complex, because a function that takes these values into the PFCG role has been missing.