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GRC 10 (BRM, ARM) + SRM

Hello experts,

Has anyone connected the GRC BRM + ARM to the SRM?

I would like to read some feedback on the process,

so please write a comment or maybe add a link for further info.

Thanks and Regards

Michal

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    Posted on Jan 01, 2014 at 04:38 PM

    Hi Michal

    Please check below and see if it helps ?

    SAP GRC can be connected to any of the SAP standard system (i.e. ECC/CRM/HR/BI/SRM/R3, etc.) SAP GRC plugin package (VIRSANH/VIRSAHR for 5.X release OR GRCPINW/GRCPIERP for 10.0 release) can be installed on any of these SAP standard releases.

    The only difference in these systems are SAP_HR component. If any of these system has SAP_HR component installed, you need to install VIRSAHR or GRCPIERP package in addition to VIRSANH or GRCPINW grc packages.Apart from the installation packages (HR or Non-HR), there is no much difference connecting to these systems.

    GRC system can perform below activities on any of these SAP systems.

    Risk analysis for Users/Roles/Profiles

    Role provisioning (assigning/deleting/modifying the validity) to users

    User creation on any of the R3 system + on Portal also

    Risk Terminator

    https://websmp107.sap-ag.de/bosap-instguides : http://service.sap.com/instguides and follow SAP BusinessObjects -> GRC -> AC 10.0 -> Configuration Guide - SAP BusinessObjects Access Control 10

    Ref links : You could post here to get feed back :

    http://scn.sap.com/message/13272986#13272986

    https://scn.sap.com/thread/3181052

    http://scn.sap.com/thread/2139849

    Regards

    Vinita

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