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Re: SAP Netweaver AS ABAP in windows installation

The sapdp00 is a pointer to a port to be used by the SAP Gui to connect to your SAP system. However, the 'pointer' needs to be in the services file in C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc. The SAP standard is that sapdpXX points to port 32xx which is used to connect to system number XX. The default system number for NSP systems is 00, so if that was the system number you used, you need the following entries:

sapdp00 3200/tcp

sapgw00 3300/tcp


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  • Posted on May 27, 2012 at 12:35 PM

    Can you please use a different set of ports for SAPINST .

    Start sapinst with the following options


    You can use different ports as well.

    Check if that works.



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  • Posted on May 27, 2012 at 12:37 PM

    Apologies, my attempt to insert and image by cut-and-paste didn't work.

    attempt to connect via sapinstgui.exe on another server


    Note that last two lines occur when I attempt to connect via sapinstgui from a windows machine.

    guiengine: 2012-05-27 09:59:01 PM Login in progress ..............................

    guiengine: 2012-05-27 09:59:31 PM Login timeout; the client was unable to establish a valid connection

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