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Which authorization data does a role have (PFCG)? Again, start the transaction PFCG and display a role. Then branch to the tab Authorizations and click on the button with the "glasses" (bottom left): Display authorization data.
Your compliance requirements specify that background jobs that are used should be maintained with permission proposals? We'll show you how to do that. Particularly in the banking environment, there are very strict guidelines for the permissions of background jobs used for monthly and quarterly financial statements, etc. Only selected users or dedicated system users may have these permissions. In order to clearly distinguish these permissions from the end-user permissions, it is useful to explicitly maintain the permissions for specific background jobs with suggestion values, so that these values can be used repeatedly to maintain permissions and are therefore transparent. You may have noticed that in the transaction SU24 you have no way to maintain background job credentials. So what's the best way to do that?
Archive change document management for user and permission management
How do I compare roles (RSUSR050)? With the report RSUSR050 you can compare users, roles or authorizations within an SAP system or across systems. To do this, start transaction SE38 and run the above report.
We are often asked how permissions are properly assigned to schedule background jobs and manage those jobs. Just follow the guidelines below. Whenever you want programmes to run periodically at specific times without user interaction, or when their runtime should not interfere with normal dialogue operations, schedule them as batch jobs in the background. The scheduling and editing of batch jobs is regulated by permissions, which are often not clear about their use. We therefore explain to you what permissions are necessary for and which authorization objects are important.
For the assignment of existing roles, regular authorization workflows require a certain minimum of turnaround time, and not every approver is available at every go-live. With "Shortcut for SAP systems" you have options to assign urgently needed authorizations anyway and to additionally secure your go-live.
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Since the role menu has been adjusted, the PFCG role must now also be adjusted.
In contrast to storing passwords in the form of hash values, the user ID and password are transmitted unencrypted during the login of the client to the application server.