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Business one administration

Hi all,

I have new role which to administrate SAP B1 which i know nothing about it. Im basis adminstration .we have SAP business one installed on one of the server for long time by another admistrator who left the company. nooneuse it be4, now staff want to start using it my quastion is

How other users can access it??

Ist like other SAP systems need create users?

will saplogon (Gui) invovled in this??

I tried to find administration guid but i couldnt?

So please can anyone help me.!!

Regards

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    Posted on Oct 26, 2007 at 05:01 AM

    Sorry I dont get your question. What exactely do you want to do as Administrator?

    Roberto

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    Posted on Oct 26, 2007 at 05:04 AM

    thank you for reply

    How to create users? and how thos users will access SAP B1? through SAP gui or somrthing else!!

    Thanx

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      To create the users for SBO you have to go under:<br><br>

      "Administrator-Setup-General-Users"<br><br>

      And there you can create the users, paying attentention to don't give them the right of "SuperUser" that should be only for you as Administrator.<br>

      After create the user you have to give them the Autorization so for doing that you have to go in:<br><br>

      "Administration-System Initialization-Authorization" & then choose "General Autorization"<br><br>

      so for every user you can define what he can/cant do<br>

      In any case, every users should have a license applied to him, so if you create a user "Pippo" then under<br><br>

      "Administration-License" you choose "License Administration" <br><br>

      and you give him the license, that of course you should already bought<br>

      Cheers<br>

      Roberto

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    Posted on Oct 26, 2007 at 05:09 AM

    Hi Joe,

    It certainly is completely different that Basis. You would really have to take the Tutorial on the eLearning area right here.

    TO get started you need to have the license of the Users to login and use. You will have to create users and apply the license to each user.

    You would go to SAP Main Menu > Administration > Setup > User to setup Users.

    For the user to login to SAP from their PC's you have to install the Client Software. The Client software can be found on the SBO Server. Usually it is installed in C:\Program Files\SAP\SAP Business One\B1_SHR\Clients\Client_Setup

    Also visit

    http://help.sap.com">http://help.sap.com

    Suda

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    Posted on Oct 26, 2007 at 05:38 AM

    Thank YOu guys for reply.

    I dont have that folder >> B1_SHR\Clients\Client_Setup.

    And i cant logon to B1 when ask for user code and password.

    guys do u have any link or documintation about installtion and administration .

    I tried sap market but couldnt find any.

    regards

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      Hi

      Please change the"Type=1" in the "Params.ini" file found at this location on your server


      <YourServer>\B1_SHR\Clients\Client_Setup.

      [Prefs]

      Server=evon

      Type=1

      QueryAPP=Select ApplCab From scab where version = (select max(version) from scab)

      QueryCOMUI=Select ComUICab From scab where version = (select max(version) from scab).

      Then it will not ask you for the "userID" and "password" while trying to install the B1 Client.

      Best Regards

      Dayal

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    Posted on Oct 26, 2007 at 05:41 AM
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