Lesson 4 Changing Your Password

You must enter a unique user ID and password (and sometimes client and language codes) to log on to and access the SAP application and its database (see Lesson 1).

Generally, your SAP administrator assigns your user ID—it might be your employee number or social security number, for instance—and you cannot ever change it. However, you have more control over your password.

You will be assigned a temporary password by the SAP administrator when you begin to use SAP, but you are prompted by the system to change it when you log on for the first time. Thereafter, you can change your password at any time.

It is, in fact, good practice to change your SAP password regularly to prevent intruders from accessing the database ...

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