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Problem with User specified system in SAP Logon 710. Please help!

Hi Experts,

Few days back I have created some user specified systems in the SAP logon pad. Today I got service pack upgrade prompt for SAP GUI and I went ahead and accepted the same. It updated the GUI and restarted my system. Now I found that it has deleted all my user specified systems in the SAP logon pad.

Is there some way I can prevent this? Is there any file where it stores all the user specified systems?

If I can get this file then before upgrade I can make a copy of this.

Please help.

Thanks

Gopal

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    Former Member
    May 12, 2010 at 05:31 AM

    Hi,

    Is there some way I can prevent this? Is there any file where it stores all the user specified systems?

    If I can get this file then before upgrade I can make a copy of this.

    SAP GUI stores all configured system entries in "C:\windows\saplogon.ini"

    You can backup this file before doing such activity for safer side...

    Regards.

    Rajesh Narkhede

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    • Former Member

      Hi dude!

      There are however some other files that is interesting to keep and distribute among the installed PCs:

      In order to keep your user specified systems in the SAP logon pad after an upgrade of SAP GUI, or in general to distribute the "saplogon.ini" as well as the "C:WINDOWSsystem32driversetcservices" file and so on, refer to note 1035560 (SAP GUI 7.10).

      For previous releases (6.20 or 6.40), you can refer to note 512040; however, this is not recommended as SAP recommends always to install the latest SAP GUI as it is downwards compatible.

      Cheers!!

      -JesĂș