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Controlling file access permissions
In addition, critical commands should be prohibited from the outset. Examples are EXEC SQL, which allows direct access to database tables bypassing certain security mechanisms, and CLIENT SPECIFIED, which allows access to data in other clients.

Locking and validity of the user account is done through the user administrator and is also valid for other authentication procedures. This means that a login via SSO is not possible for an invalid user or a user with administrator lock. We therefore always recommend that you prevent access to the system by setting the validity of users. Setting validity on assigned roles also prevents the user from performing actions in the system, but does not generally prevent them from logging in.
Permissions with Maintenance Status Used
You can disable this new behaviour for the SAP_ALL profile by setting the customising switch ADD_S_RFCACL to the value YES in the table PRGN_CUST. If the ADD_S_RFCACL entry is YES, SAP_ALL still contains the total permissions for the S_RFCACL authorization object.

Once you have identified the organisational features to consider, verify that you can redesign the existing roles so that the organisational features can be clearly maintained by use. This leads you to a concept in which functional and organisational separation is simply possible. However, it will end up with a larger amount of roles: Roles posting/investing, changing roles, reading roles. Such a concept is free of functional separation conflicts and is so granular that the organisational characteristics can be pronounced per use area.

With "Shortcut for SAP systems" you can automate the assignment of roles after a go-live.

Therefore, they control the access options of users in the SAP system.

At you will also find a lot of useful information on the subject of SAP authorizations.

For this, however, you need a comprehensive overview of the storage locations and also of the evaluation possibilities and archiving scenarios.
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