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Can we get the details from user id after deletion through SU01 / SU10

Hi Experts,

We are under going one audit, and there is a point they need deleted user ids information with last log on.

Is it possible, please provide the details.

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Krishna Mohan

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    Posted on Jul 22, 2011 at 06:03 AM

    You're out of luck. Last logon time is stored in USR02, and the record for user is deleted when you delete the user. Probably the best you can do is pull changes for user from SUIM or SU01 and check the last password change date. It's not as good as last logon date, but you can state with certainty that this is at least the last date this username was used to access the system.

    To avoid putting yourself in such a position in the future you could activate security audit log and configure it to log successful logons (among other events, perhaps). Then answering such auditor questions would just be a matter of grepping the logs.

    Hope this helps!

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    Posted on Jul 22, 2011 at 08:07 AM

    Do the auditors not have an issue with the fact that you are deleting users? This is more likely to cause issues....

    What is the audit ponit about the last logon date of a user who has since been deleted?

    Cheers,

    Julius

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    • Former Member Roja Kamala Jaladi

      The SU01/SU10 options show changes to users even when deleted but not the last time they accessed SAP

      The program you mentioned runs under a SUIM option so best going via SUIM really but it still doesn't give last log on date which RSUSR200 would provide if not deleted...

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