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Risk Violation at User level in SAP

How can I do the Risk Violoations for User

in SAP (not in Virsa CC)

Is there any Virsa Transaction for it?

Please let me know.

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Feb 18, 2008 at 01:50 AM

    Dear PT,

    Risk Analysis In SAP Backend:

    VIRSA Role Expert - Transaction /VIRSA/VRMT

    In Navigation menu:

    1. Mass Maintenance -> Risk Analysis or

    2. Role Definition -> Risk Analysis ...... based on your version

    List Roles based on selection criteria. Select the roles on which you want to run Risk Analysis. A background job is triggered. You can view background job history or each role seperately to view risk analysis result.

    Regards,

    Naveen.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      We have some CPIC and System users they are ALL having SAP_ALL

      and are creating Risk Violoation issues when my manager runs the report.

      I want to mitigate these users and not how can I do it.

      or

      I would like to remove User Type from Risk Violation report so

      my manager can only run the report and get TOTAL violation for

      Dialog users only.

      Please advise.

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      PT.

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