Accept logins from unprotected (non-SNC-secured) SAP GUIs into anSNC-enabled application server
By default, after the Secure Network Communication (SNC) module has beenactivated, the SAP application server rejects all conventional(non-SNC-secured) connection requests from SAP GUIs.
If you want it to continue to be possible to log on with old SAP GUIsand unprotected connections, you need to configure that using thisswitch.
If you continue to permit conventional logons, it is left up to theusers whether they perform secure logons, and protect their data whileit is transferred.
0 (that is, only secure logons are possible)
Who is allowed
Limitation for os
Limitation for db
snc/enable> - Activation of the SNC module (SecureNetwork Communication)
snc/only_encrypted_gui> - Force the useof encrypted SAP GUI connections
- 0 insecure logons are not permitted
- 1 insecure logons are permitted
- U insecure logons are permitted on a user-specific basis, depending onthe indicator in the user master record