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GRC 10 Upgrade from Virsa 4.0

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I am back with some questions for a upgrade project from Virsa 4.0 to GRC 10 SP13. I am experienced in GRC 10 implementation for all 4 modules of AC but doing upgrade 1st time so need some support for my queries

We are implementing ARA & EAM.

1. What all are the challenges we will face during the upgrade from Virsa 4.0 to GRC 10 SP13? OR what we need to focus on?

2. Once system is upgraded with GRC 10 SP13 we will do all configuration as in fresh implementation, then we need to export the rulesets from Virsa 4.0 to format which GRC 10 accepts right? if yes how to convert to the format accepted by new version?

3. Is there a way for exporting and importing Mitigation controls from older version to GRC 10? or we need to do it directly in GRC 10?

4.Can someone tell me what all features are added in SP13 pls? which are not in earlier versions?

Thanks in advance for the support.

Thanks

Maltesh J

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2013 at 07:20 AM

    Hi Maltesh,

    Kindly refer to the below SAP notes

    1243085- Please check the migration documents section under note 1243085.

    1822778 - Master Note for SAP Access Control 10.0 - Support Pack 13

    1724523 - Master Note for SAP Access Control 10.0 - Support Pack 10

    Hope it helps.

    Best Regards,

    Saksham Minocha

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  • Posted on Nov 21, 2013 at 03:37 AM

    4.Can someone tell me what all features are added in SP13 pls? which are not in earlier versions?

    Go to SAP marketplace and you will find a master note for the SP listing all the changes

    With GRC, other than SP10 that brought in decentralized EAM, most of the SP is delivering bug fixes.

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