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Steps for Controlling SAP License Risk by Indirect SAP System Access

Growing number of SAP Customers are seeing increasing SAP License Fees due to indirect access of external tools which are accessing SAP System

 

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Indirect access means that the user is connecting with a 3r party system outside or inside your organization to SAP software that transmits data to the SAP Systems or uses SAP Business function.

 

Growing number of SAP Customers are seeing increasing SAP License Fees due to indirect access of external software tools which are accessing the Data from the SAP System.  These are third party application which make use of the SAP Data or manipulates sap data for other purposed.  This could potential for SAP License Violations if it is not properly managed. Some of the Steps you can take to avoid excess SAP License Fees due to indirect access of the SAP ECC System .

SAP License Cost

Steps for identifying the SAP Indirect access problem

  1. Identifying all the interfaces which accessing your SAP System, document the purpose, and the business process it is performing.
  2. Review the number of users in the all the interfaces system which are using the SAP System
  3. Review all the RFC Connections in your current SAP System
  4. Trace all the RFC calls which are make into the system or going out of the system. Utilize the trace functionality within SAP

Auditbot SAP License Optimization Tool can aggregate all the user from SAP and NON Sap system so you are not surprised by the sudden rise in SAP License Cost. Since all the SAP Named users are form SAP and Non sap systems are aggregated in one central SAP System we can clearly identify the number of SAP Licensed used by the company.

 

 

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