Lecture 1B - Getting Started with SAP

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University of Southern California Enterprise Wide Information Systems Lecture 2B Getting Started in SAP
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University of Southern California Objectives Describe how to access and logon to the SAP system. Explain the basic features and functions of the SAP window. Use on-line help in SAP.
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University of Southern California SAP System Logon Install the SAPGUI if your computer does not already have it (see Blackboard for instructions) Start Programs SAP Frontend SAPLogon Click on CAIRO and Log on Enter the appropriate client for your lab (480) Enter your User (posted on Blackboard) Enter the password ‘SAP4US’ for your initial password. Enter ‘en’ for “English” language usage. Click the green check box or enter
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University of Southern California Logging On - SAP Initial Screens
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University of Southern California Logging On - The Client Client Number - This is a numeric field This number defines a whole business entity – ITP 320 in our case – Client number is 480
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University of Southern California Logging On - User Enter the name of the SAP user Users of SAP system are client-specific User identification on one client will only allow access to that client on that server
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University of Southern California Logging On - Password Rules Letters Numbers Easy to remember 3-8 Characters long No 3 Characters can be the same Do not use previous 5 passwords
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