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Typically, users access a table's data through applications rather than directly. If so, you should take precautions and restrict access to sensitive data. End users typically do not access table-level data directly, but the data is displayed in business applications and their display is restricted in context by means of entitlement checks. However, there are cases where generic access to tables via the SE16, SE16N, SM30, SM31 or SM34 transaction is required for administrators, key users, verifiers, etc. For example, a verifier should have read access to all customising tables. However, you do not want to display security-related tables. Key users should be able to access certain reports regularly, but only read information relevant to their work. There are several ways to restrict access to tables by using table tools. This means that users can only access tables or table contents that they want to see. However, we would like to point out that the granting of permissions for these tools in the production environment is considered to be critical to security, since it is very easy to allow access to large amounts of sensitive data in the case of erroneous or excessive permissions. Therefore, only apply these permissions in a restricted way.

You can also monitor security alerts from the Security Audit Log via the Alert Monitoring of your Computing Centre Management System (CCMS). The security warnings generated correspond to the audit classes of the events defined in the Security Audit Log. Many companies also have the requirement to present the events of the Security Audit Log in other applications. This requires evaluation by external programmes, which can be done via the XML Metadata Interchange (XMI) BAPIs. You must follow the XMI interface documentation to configure it. You can also use the RSAU_READ_AUDITLOG_ EXTERNAL sample programme as a template. A description of this programme can be found in SAP Note 539404.
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Determine if all recurring external services corresponding to area start pages and logical links have been removed from the GENERIC_OP_LINKS folder. Create a separate PFCG role for this folder. This PFCG role could contain all the basic permissions a user must have in SAP CRM. This includes the permission for the generic OP links. You can transfer this folder to a separate PFCG role by locally specifying the PFCG role that contains the GENERIC_OP_LINKS folder in the new PFCG role under Menu > Other Role >. Now maintain the PFCG role so that only the UIU_COMP authorization object remains active. Disable any other visible authorization objects. These are the authorization objects that allow access to data. You can maintain these authorization objects in the PFCG role, which describes the user's workplace. In the PFCG role that describes the desktop, you can now delete the GENERIC_OP_LINKS folder. If you remix the PFCG role, you will find that many of the unnecessary permissions objects have disappeared.

In the SAP standard, there is no universally applicable way to automate the mass maintenance of role derivations. We therefore present three possible approaches: 1) Approach to custom development 2) Automated mass maintenance using the Business Role Management component 3) Use of a pilot note that allows a report for mass update of organisational values in rolls (currently available to selected customers) (BRM) from SAP Access Control.

Assigning a role for a limited period of time is done in seconds with "Shortcut for SAP systems" and allows you to quickly continue your go-live.

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Note that the S_TCODE authorization object is always filled with the current transactions from the roles menu.
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