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SAP Management Console - deactivation possible ?

Hello,

Due to security reasons, I need to disable the usage of SAP Management Console.

Do you know an easy way to do it ?

I have read in 1439348 - Extended security settings for sapstartsrv that one possible way is to restrict the network access, by restricting the remote access via the network to ports 5XX13 / 5XX14 of the sapstartsrv agents to a minimum level required for operation.

This sounds quite dangerous, and I have no example to double check.

Have you ever did this ? Do you know any easier methods, maybe ?

Thanks in advance,

J.

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    Posted on Jan 06, 2014 at 01:18 PM

    I don't think it is possible to uninstall the MMC tool as it is one of the tools from Microsoft.

    Also I don't think it is possible to disable MMC.

    You may try to bring in some restrictions based on these.

    Control MMC Usage by Using Domain-Wide Group Policy

    Control MMC Usage by Using Local Group Policy

    Regards

    RB

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    • Hello Jordan

      I have never done this so I cannot give you a concrete answer.

      The note is speaking about setting a parameter.

      If I were in your place I would first try the solutions mentioned in the SAP notes 1439348 and 927637 on a test system and then check whether the SAP systems are running fine before I set them on the production servers.

      Based on the information from those SAP notes it should be fine.

      Regards

      RB

  • Posted on Jan 06, 2014 at 12:59 PM

    Hi Jordan

    You can uninstall the SAP MMC Snap-in from control panel.

    Regards

    Sriram

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