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unmitigated SoD conflicts for the user

Former Member
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Hello Everyone,

I am working on SoD conflicts analysis and remediation on GRC 5.3. I have come across a very weird situation. I got two users with unmitigated SoD conflicts.When I pulled the RAR report on Org. Level, I found two org. values(Org. rule) as "NA".I cannot see any role modification as well.Can anyone tell why the unmitigated SoD conflicts is coming for the users?

1. I have checked the validity for the Mitigation control

2. I have checked whether mitigation is assigned to the risk or not

3. I have checked the role modification as well

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Former Member
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Hi Harinam and Alessandro,

I am having one risk analysis report for the user with unmitigated SoD conflicts. I just want to know why unmitigated SoD conflicts are coming for the user.

Please find the below example: The org rule is coming NA for the user. It mean the org values are not maintained in the GRC it seems. Can you please throw some light on it. I will proceed further once I am clear to you. Do you need more information?

UserRiskRiskRisk LevelBusiness ProcessOrganization RuleMitigation ControlComments
VaibhavM4_MB30O2C212 Sales Pricing Condition - O2C207 Customer MDB (High)Order to CashM4_NANot assignedIT User, Mitigation not assigned
Former Member
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Is "NA" an actual org value or something else like a error?

May be a good idea to share some screenshots.

Former Member
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Thanks for the Response Harinam

"NA" is the org value which is not maintained.

We got the reason for the unmitigated SoD conflicts for the user. Org values are not maintained for few org levels, that is why the unmitigated SoD conflicts are coming for the user.

But now there is a new challenge in it. We have to provide the org. values for the particular org levels.

This will resolve the issue. But we don't know how to find out the correct org values for the org levels.

Can you please help?



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Dear Rahul,

I have read your message several times but cannot understand what you are asking. Please share some screenshots and explain in more details with an example that can be seen on a picture.

Thanks and regards,