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[STATUS UPDATE] It just keeps getting.....less "fun"....

Try to hop on after dinner tonight and get this...First off, that is WRONG! (6 months?!?!) Second, this was after about 3 times of the "Login Wheel of Luck" (as I call it....trademark pending)...as the site continuously makes me login between 1-5 times usually before somehow I magically "win" and it lets me in....to a ghost town. UGGGG!!!! I would say I am losing patience, but I think it was the smart one and checked out on me weeks ago.

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  • Dec 08, 2016 at 07:20 AM

    I had something like that for Credentials Manager last week. Because of some weird instructions for password change (there was a part, which stated, that I can continue using my old password if I leave the new password field blank), I was unable to log on. I had to reset my password via an e-mail link.

    I am still trying to view all SAP design misfortunes and bugs as a part of all the fun, but even the best jokes get old...

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    Dec 08, 2016 at 09:12 AM

    First you have to confirm again, ok. I accept but I tried several times too and this is not the only bugged thing here. I absolutely agree. Here is no life it is comparable with a lonesome island :-/

  • Dec 08, 2016 at 03:49 PM

    Hmm, perhaps this is where I should keep quiet about my password being more than 6 months old, as otherwise someone might notice and trigger all sorts of unpleasantness upon me....

    But, anyway, I haven't been having any issues with logging on to the new platform. I don't get the "logon wheel of luck," etc. Are you using a certificate-based logon? Or password-based? If you are using passwords, yeah, I think just like the old days it's going to ask and ask and ask, until you relent and install a certificate in your browser.

    On the other hand, I didn't have issues with the old platform, either. My certificate just "worked," whereas I heard from others about all sorts of woes. From what I could tell, the secret to my success has been to ignore all that advice about creating a P-user, and to keep using my old S-user that I've had for 16 years. So, one single user account for all SAP platforms. But, that only works for me because I've stayed with the same employer all that time -- whether that was a smart move or not is debatable, but there it is.

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