SAP Authorizations Grant permission for external services from SAP CRM

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Grant permission for external services from SAP CRM
AUTHORIZATIONS IN SAP SYSTEMS
Since the introduction of the security policy in SAP NetWeaver 7.31, this report has changed. In older releases, instead of the security policy overview, a profile parameter selection page is offered in the report's startup screen. If you select Show Profile Parameters in this selection view, you will see an overview of the Profile Parameters settings in the upper half of the screen. Here you should pay particular attention to the setting of the parameter login/no_ automatic_user_sapstar and check its setting even after the switch to the security policy.

You can set up a nightly background job to match the certificates with your customer's own programme. This requires that the certificates can be obtained through an SAP programme.
Authorization objects
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.

Define critical permission combinations that cannot be assigned in the monitored systems. A whitelist allows you to specify which users (such as emergency users) you want to exclude from the evaluation. Identify vulnerabilities in the configuration of your RFC interfaces, i.e. RFC connections, where users with extensive permissions (e.g., the SAP_ALL profile) are registered. These RFC connections can be used for the so-called RFC-Hopping, where access to an SAP system is made via such an extensively authorised RFC connection.

If you get into the situation that authorizations are required that were not considered in the role concept, "Shortcut for SAP systems" allows you to assign the complete authorization for the respective authorization object.

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This type of user is also dialogical, i.e. it can log on to the SAP system via SAP GUI.
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