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Disable roles which no longer needed GRC 10.1

Hi All ,

I would like to get advice on how to disable single roles so that these role would not be assigned or won’t reflected in the users selection via GRC 10.1.

The goal is to ensure only composite roles should be assigned to user.

Based on my reading prior the roles available we need to add these new roles to CUP for user provisioning and the wiki information indicates “ Single

Roles contained in the Composite Roles are Imported before the Composite Roles.”

http://wiki.scn.sap.com/wiki/display/GRC/AC+10.0+Role+Import

Question is there any option in the role upload file where we can disable this single roles so that either it would not visible or would not allow for provisioning .


I am very new to GRC 10.1 thus any help much appreciated .

Regards

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    Posted on Sep 24, 2014 at 08:08 AM

    Hi Kumar,

    As Alessandro has suggested, you need to define Single Role (if you need to exclude these roles from selection criteria) to non-productive environment status.

    Path: Access control --> Role management --> maintain role status

    Regards,

    Ameet

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  • Posted on Sep 24, 2014 at 06:32 AM

    Dear Kumar,

    I would recommend to either change the role status to a non-productive status or disable the role for provisioning. Best would be to define a role status that is non-producitve and assign to the roles that shouldn't come up in the selection screen.

    Like in my example above I use the status "MST" for master roles as these roles should not appear.

    Let me know if that helps to solve your problem.

    Regards,

    Alessandro


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