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SoD Conflicts need help

Hi all,

I want to see the SOD conflicts in minisap and get the number for SOD conflicts existing in the system. Since minisap only has SAP Basis, I have created user with single profile and composite profile .can anyone tell me how to proceed from now on to see SOD conflicts.

Regards,

Niru.

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    Posted on Apr 27, 2012 at 09:40 AM

    Hi Niru,

    Manually it'll kind of impossible to do the Permission level risk Analysis. But definitely you can go for Action level analysis. For that first thing you need to do is cleaning of your single roles->then Composite roles -> then your users. You can get the sample SoD Matrx spreadsheet (for SAP Tcodes), customize that and compare with your roles. But definitely it would be a tedious and cumbersome activity. The accuracy may not be 100 pc correct and also false positives would always be there. So, this should be last option if no other way of performing SoD analysis is there.

    Thanks,

    Guru

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    Posted on Apr 27, 2012 at 08:34 AM

    Hi Niranjan,

    What SOD tool you have to evaluate ?

    Regards,

    Ajesh.

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      Hi Niranjan,

      You would need a tool to identify the risks automatically.

      Doing it manually includes you define what are the risks and link them to SAP Authorizations. And identifying them. Which is a huge task.

      SAP SOD rules are proprietary and are not available in minisap.

      Regards,

      Ajesh.

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