Quick Guide: User Management in SAP Enable Now
SAP Enable Now is an enterprise cloud and on-premise application for knowledge management and performance support.The advanced performance support and training capabilities of SAP Enable Now helps customer improve productivity, user adoption, and the end-user experience. In SAP Enable Now, we can easily create, maintain, and deliver performance support, learning material, and documentation content.In this blog I will discuss the user management process of SAP Enable Now Cloud version.
User Creation Process
Step 1: Login in SAP Enable Now as an Administrator.
Step 2: In the User section you need provide below mandatory information to create an user:
Logon ID: Normally Employee ID of the user.
First Name: Self Explanatory
Last Name: Self Explanatory
Email: Self Explanatory
Password: Self Explanatory
Roles: You need to choose roles from the drop down.
After providing the user information please click on the Add button.
The user will be created and will be shown in the user list.
If you want to assign any specific role to the already created user then you need follow below process:
Step 1: Navigate Administration> Role. Select the required role you want to assign. In this blog I will demonstrate this step using role Test_Authorization. Click on Add button.
Step 2: You will get a pop-up where you need to select the user source folder (I have selected root folder) and the search the user (I have searched for testid1).
Step 3: You need to select the user and press on Save button.
The user id will be shown in the list as below.
You can directly assign permission to any user in SAP Enable Now. For this you need to navigate through Administration>Permissions. You need to select the user and select the necessary permission you want to grant and then save it.
In SAP Enable Now, user can’t be deleted directly. You can deactivate the user using the active check box.
In this blog I have briefly explained the user management process in SAP Enable Now Cloud version. Hope this will help to understand the basic of access provisioning process. Please note you need to have administrator rights to manage the user. Please feel free to share your thoughts on this blog.