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SAP R/3 Handbook, Third Edition, 3rd Edition by Jim Keogh, Jose Hernandez, Franklin Martinez

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Logging On and Off the System

Logging on to the system requires that the SAP GUI software be installed on your PC or workstation and a valid SAP user identification and password from the system administrator. Generally, there is a SAP utility installed in users’ computers, known as SAP logon, which is the program that actually runs the SAP GUI. Refer to the section about SAP logon in Chapter 2 for more information about this utility.

The user identification and initial password are generally provided by the system managers or project leaders.

If you meet those basic requirements, having the SAP logon and username and password, then you are ready to log on to the SAP system. When you finish your working task, you must log off. The SAP system ...

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