Mass User Password Reset Using Lsmw

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In SAP, we can Reset the User Password using the transaction SU01, But how to reset the password for many users. We can do it in many ways like writing eCATT Script\’s and many more.

Now i am going to share one of the way to reset the password for mass user\’s. We can do it using the transaction LSMW.

Before starting our work, enter all the user name\’s and the new password\’s in one Text file. as shown in below format<User Name&gt; <New Password&gt; <New Password&gt;

Here we have to give the New Password twice because the second one is the confirmation of the new password. Save this text file with any name in your system.

And i have attached the step by step screen shot of this process... Kindly check the attachment...

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Mass User Password Reset Using Lsmw

  1. 1. MASS USER PASSWORD RESET USING LSMW
  2. 2. MASS USER PASSWORD RESET USING LSMWGoto Transaction: LSMW
  3. 3. In that create the new entry as shown below
  4. 4. Then Click on Goto  Recordings.
  5. 5. Create Recordings as shown below
  6. 6. Give the Transaction codeGive User Name and Click on Change Password Button.
  7. 7. Click on Default All
  8. 8. Click on save button
  9. 9. Now come back to LSMW transaction and click on execute
  10. 10. Click on Execute button
  11. 11. Click on Display / Change Button
  12. 12. Select batch input recording and give our own recording name which we did just before.
  13. 13. Then again come back to LSMW transaction and execute the next statement
  14. 14. Click on the Display / Change
  15. 15. Click on create button
  16. 16. Goto Source Fields  Create Field
  17. 17. Give the field name here
  18. 18. To find the field name open new transaction go SU01.
  19. 19. Click on the User field and press F1 and then click on Technical information.
  20. 20. Double click on the field name
  21. 21. We can see the field details
  22. 22. Do give those details in LSMW transaction.
  23. 23. In the same way find the field name for all the three fields and enter it as follows
  24. 24. Then the screen will look like this
  25. 25. And save it, and then come back to LSMW transaction
  26. 26. Click on execute and click on Display / Change button
  27. 27. Click on Relationship button.
  28. 28. Save it and come back to LSMW transaction and click on execute
  29. 29. Click on source field and assign source field
  30. 30. Select the source structure of BNAMEThen the screen will look like this
  31. 31. Click on save and come back to LSMW transactionNo need to execute this step. Skip it.
  32. 32. Instead of that select the next step and click on execute
  33. 33. Double click on Legacy Data field in order to specify the file name
  34. 34. Click on the file field and choose the file.
  35. 35. After selecting the file then select the Tabulator field in the Separator tab
  36. 36. Click on save button
  37. 37. Choose the next step and click on execute.
  38. 38. Click on the Display change button.
  39. 39. Then click on Assign File button
  40. 40. Come back to LSMW transaction, Choose the next step and click on execute.
  41. 41. Simply click on execute button.
  42. 42. Go back to LSMW transaction and choose the next step, then click on execute button.Simply click on tick mark.
  43. 43. Come back to LSMW transaction then choose the next step and click on execute button.
  44. 44. Simply click on Execute button.
  45. 45. Come back to LSMW transaction then select the next step and then click on execute button.
  46. 46. Come back to LSMW transaction then click on the execute button
  47. 47. Select the Keep Batch Input Folders and then select the execute button.
  48. 48. Come back to LSMW transaction then click on the execute transaction.
  49. 49. Click on the Process Button
  50. 50. We can see the log by clicking on the log button.

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