Do you recognize all the S-User IDs assigned to you when you attempt to link your S-User IDs to your newly created Universal ID? If not, you are not alone.
SAP has found there are numerous amounts of S-User IDs that have been dormant for more than 3 years. SAP is awaiting legal guidance on whether SAP can deactivate S-User IDs that have not been used in the last 3 years.
In the meantime, if you do not recognize S-User IDs that have been assigned to you or you know you have not used your S-User ID in the past 3 years, we encourage you to contact your S-User administrator to either deactivate or delete your dormant S-User ID(s).
One user feedback topic that we captured relates to the linking of S-User IDs to a SAP Universal ID account. We have found working with some individuals that the S-User ID that was linked to a SAP Universal ID account was being shared with other individuals.
In today’s new environment of compliance and data privacy, SAP needs to ensure that a SAP Universal ID account is created for one and only one individual. Our policy is not to have multiple individuals who share an S-User ID link to one SAP Universal ID.
If an individual links a shared S-User ID to his or her SAP Universal ID account, then the individual should make the request to the SAP Universal ID help desk via the “Contact Us” button and we will unlink the shared S-User ID from the SAP Universal ID account.