Establishing security parameters

If you need to increase the security in SAP, you have to set the following parameter in transaction RZ10.

If you need to increase the security in SAP, you have to set the following parameter in transaction RZ10. Select "instance profile" and "extended maintenance". If you can't see this parameter you have to add this:
Rdis/gui_auto_logout = xx
(Where xx is Seconds)
Login/fails_to_session_end = x (Where x is number of attempts)
Login/min_password_ing = x
(It indicates the minimum length of the access key).
Login/password_expiration_time = x (The access key expires in x days)

Be careful; these parameters activate after reinitiating the instance, for all the users, requesting they change the password.
This was last published in January 2004

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