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Account Administration SAP Account Administration
Account Administration Learning Objectives At the conclusion of this unit, you will be able to: l Create a new user and attach roles. l Copy a user profile in SAP l Understand the purpose of roles and profiles. l Reset passwords. l Be familiar with password requirements. l Understand user maintenance functions. l Terminate an SAP Account
Process for Creating New R/3 Users Form Notify User, trainer and SAT Department Form Approved Request and Training Roster to Create new SAP User Assign Roles Create a New User Set Password
Creating a New User Create Userid should match NT Userid
Copying A Profile (1) 2. Copy 1. Userid to be copied
Copying A profile (2) New user, should match NT Userid Copy
Address Tab Employee information
Logon Data - Setting An Initial Password Enter initial password twice
Defaults Make sure these two items are selected
Assigning User Roles
Assigning User Roles Tab Composite Use Match codes
Resetting Passwords (1) 2. Change Password icon 1. Enter User id 3. Change password to “Apotex”, repeat and click “Enter”
Resetting Passwords (2) Users can change their own passwords from the initial SAP Logon screen.
Disabling an SAP Account (1) Need picture of SAP login showing a regular account. ‘NO LONGER WITH COMPANY’ in the Function box.
Disabling an SAP Account (2) Click on ‘Generate Password Wizard’ to generate a new password for the account Enter a ‘Valid to’ date to disable the account as of that day
Disabling an SAP Account (3) Click on the Lock/Unlock button Account is not locked Account is locked by Administrator
User Maintenance Functions Create Display Change Delete Copy Lock Change Password
Summary l New users are created by copying from a template or by creating a new SAP User ID. The template has all of the default settings. l Roles have to be assigned to the user. The roles already have the appropriate profiles or authorizations assigned to them. l If a user forgets his or her password, the Help Desk can quickly reset their password. l Besides creating a user and resetting passwords, you can also lock & unlock users, display and edit existing users and add/delete roles. l You can terminate an SAP Account by using transaction SU 01 when a user leaves the company. l NEVER delete an SAP account.