To login to an SAP system you have to use the SAP GUI (Graphical User Interface).
With the Web GUI you can login to our SAP systems with any supported web browser such as Chrome, Firefox or Edge. You do not need to install anything on your computer and can login to the SAP system as soon as you receive your user ID and password. After you purchase SAP access, you will receive an email with your login info and Web GUI connection link.
The standard and most widely-used GUI version. It must be downloaded and installed on your computer. To learn how to install this GUI please enroll in this free step-by-step training course:
Download the SAP GUI for Windows:
If you have a MAC computer you should install this JAVA GUI version. Please follow these step-by-step instructions instead: SAP JAVA GUI Installation Guide.
Download the SAP JAVA GUI:
We support all technical SAP problems and authorization issues. We do not, however, provide support for configuration, user procedures, or one-on-one training. To get support please open an SAP Help Desk Ticket.
Before submitting a ticket, please review these important help desk ticket instructions.
Note: Your SAP user ID and password will not work for the help desk. You have to register with the help desk first before you can create tickets.
Most user IDs are assigned within a couple of hours (or the next business day if you placed your order outside of our business hours. Your user ID, password and SAP connection information will come via email from Workflow System <email@example.com> - make sure to check your spam settings/folders.
If you experience any problems with your SAP access, please submit a ticket through the online SAP help desk. Make sure to include your user ID and a detailed description of the problem so that our support staff can help you as quickly as possible.
Click here to reset your SAP user/password.
Your subscription will remain active until you cancel it. We will bill your credit card automatically for your renewal. To cancel your subscription, simply send us an email.
You have access to all user and configuration transactions for all areas. We restrict access to user maintenance and system administration functions to ensure a reliable environment to all SAP users.
If you have any problems with missing authorizations, please submit an SAP help desk ticket and include a screen shot of transaction SU53 so that we can analyze the issue.
Follow this link for instructions on how to create the SU53 report.
Yes, you can but you need to purchase a developer's subscription because our regular user IDs do not include development access. Availability of ABAP user IDs is limited and assigned on a first come, first served basis.
Yes, your user ID has access to LSMW. Please make sure that your own LSMW objects start with ZM2B* as otherwise you will get an authorization error.
Almost just like everyone else we have to perform routine maintenance, upgrades and offline backups. Therefore, the system will be unavailable every first Saturday of each month. If additional downtime is required, we will announce the outage in advance so that you can plan accordingly.
No, you may not. All user IDs are for a single student and may not be shared. If we find you are sharing a user ID, we may terminate your account immediately without warning and will not issue any refunds. Please do not share your ID with anyone.
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