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How the Security and Authentication is applied in SMP 3.0 ?

Hi All,

I am working on Service Manager 4.1 application with SMP 3.0

At present we are on the implementation phase and soon we will be deploying the application in production.

We need to work on the security and authentication that should be provided to the client devices/user.

I know that one query which comes here is that the security and authentication should be as per client requirement. Still I need inputs/help regarding the same.

Please advise how this is done and where do we need to apply this security features in client/server



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    Sep 19, 2014 at 12:54 PM

    The recommend security settings for SMP 3 for the Service Manager is for "No auth" as. This is because when the user connects the Java Code will validate the user information on the SAP System, or the SAP Ticket system (if configuration) and if you have the SMP secuity enabled you would be double checking the same information.


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