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Massive update for user account's passwords

Hello experts,

For our customer we need to create 100 users at QA system (for testing purposes). The idea is to set the same password for all of them. For that purpose, I will set my mail account for all these users and I will receive all the mails with every user account data and the idea is to set the same password for all of them.

Do you know if there is any way to change all the passwords at once instead of doing one by one (by accessing to the system with every user account and change its password)?

Thanks and best regards,

Isaac

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  • Posted on Mar 31, 2015 at 07:24 AM

    Hello Isaac,

    sorry if I misunderstand the question but I believe you are looking for transaction SU10.

    This transaction enables mass changes to users - including password generation.

    Best regards,

    Laszlo

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  • Posted on Mar 31, 2015 at 07:26 AM

    Hi,

    Go to SU10, upload all the user you created and set the default password for them.

    it will be assigned for all user in one go... 😊

    BR,

    Chandresh.

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  • Posted on Mar 31, 2015 at 08:24 AM

    Hi Lazlo, Chandresh,

    Thanks for your answers. However, I'm working at SAP Sourcing & CLM and SU10 solution is not useful because SAP CLM is not based on SAP GUI so transaction SU10 doesn't exist.

    Thanks anyway and best regards,

    Isaac

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    • Former Member Bogdan Toma

      HI Isaac

      We have the same scenario where we had to create 100 users and suppliers for testing purpose.

      but there is no option to mass change the password in LDAP.

      You will have to do it manually for all the 100 users.

      Thanks

      Kanchan

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