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SAP Partners can apply for a SAP Passport using their S-User-ID and password that allows for Single Sign-On (SSO) across SAP's portals. This can greatly reduce the administrateive overhead associated with managing multiple log-ons when accessing SAP's partner portals and the SAP Community Network. This document will provide a step-by-step guide to applying for a SAP Passport.

Notes:

-You can only use SSO under https.

-Some of the screens shown below are in German (my faux S-User is German), however, the selection options in the English version should be in the equivalent place on the screen.

 

To generate a SSO, go to SAP Service Marketplace: http://service.sap.com/. Click on the last line: Benefits from single sign-on.

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Select: Apply for SAP Passport

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Type in your S-User-ID and password, and select OK.

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Type in your S-User password and select Apply for an SAP Passport

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 Elect to request a certificate by selecting Yes.

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If you're using Internet Explorer 7, you may get this message. In this case, you need to run an add-on to finalize Passport issuance. Do so before continuing.

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After running the plug-in if needed, select Apply for SAP Passport.

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Select Yes to add the certificate.

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Congratulations, you have now successfully received your Certificate and can go back to Service Marketplace or to other SAP sites, including the SAP Community Network.

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You can now log-on to SCN using the Cetificate Login option.

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We hope using the SAP Passport simplifies your experience in accessing and using SAP's portals.

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