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Single Sign On of Windows terminal with SAP ECC 6.0 system

Hi All,

I have ECC 6.0 server in Solaris 9.0, DB 10.2g as database.

Currently we are using CITRIX server for SAP GUI Logon.

Users want a synchronization between their terminals and SAP system. Means Single Sign On.

Thy want automatic sign on to the SAP system when they are starting their terminals.

Users are working on windows XP systems.

Is there any relevant document regarding this. Will be very helpful.

Thanks In Advance

Regards,

Ami_Eka

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  • May 28, 2008 at 02:45 PM

    Ami,

    You need to use an interface included in SAP GUI and SAP ABAP AS called SNC. With SNC, and a cryptographic library that implements the Kerberos protocol, you will be able to logon to a workstations using Active Directory domain account, or logon to Citrix server using an AD account, and then using SNC the user will be able to authenticate to SAP without needing to re-authenticate. There are a few vendors who provide SNC libraries that support Solaris, and you can find them by visiting [http://www.sap.com/sspcatalog|http://www.sap.com/sspcatalog] and searching for "Kerberos SNC".

    SAP provide SNC libraries, but only if your SAP system is on Windows Server. Since you are using Solaris you need a third-party SAP cerified product instead.

    Thanks,

    Tim

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hello Ami_Eka,

      SDN is not intended for advertising nor vendor squabbles, but in some cases avoiding mentioning third party vendors is difficult, or even appropriate to do so to give you a picture or information about the "SAP eco-system" when the question specifically relates to it. Tim has already given you the official link.

      To shorten your search efforts here at SDN (which is primarily a developer discussion and idea sharing forum), you might also want to take a look at some of the threads which Tim has contributed to.

      Of course, advertising, along with interview questions and requests for offline documenation will be locked and removed as they are not what SDN is intended for.

      Kind regards,

      Julius