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Certification with S-user id

Hi,

I wish to do to SAP certification nxt month or in january.

I have a s-user id as i have written a certification 4 years back.

But i dont have PWD for it.

This s-user id is linked to my previous company email address which is Inactive.

So if i request for new pwd, i dont recveive it.

So i raised this in http://scn.sap.com/community/software-support-and-maintenance/blog/2012/04/26/frequently-asked-questions-on-the-sap-support-portal-part-1

I mentioned clearly that ..

I have a s-user id as i have written a certification 4 years back.

But i dont have PWD for it.

This s-user id is linked to my previous company email address which is Inactive.

And also mentioned my current personal email address for contact.

I received an email from Supportcenter with a service request number - SAP CIC Confirmati‚Äčon receipt: Service Request XXXX

I recieved this email in october, but till now noone contacted me.

Is there any way to speed up this process, so that i can attend the certification exam withthis S-user id.

Thanks in advance.

Kind Regards

John

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  • Posted on Nov 13, 2012 at 11:40 AM

    If it is linked to your previous company, it may so happen that your S ID would have been deleted by the the Basis Team of that Company. It is always better to get a new ID if you are writing a fresh certification. If you are going to pass the examination, then SAP Education Team will provide you new S id and password.

    Kind Regards,

    Ravi

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  • Posted on Nov 13, 2012 at 04:03 PM

    Hi John,

    your old S-User can't be reactivated as it belongs to a Company.

    If you are working as a Freelancer you should call the nearest SAP Education and let them book your certification - they do create a new S-UserID for you. This can be used after a successful certification as a password letter is generated afterwards.

    If you plan to do your certification at a PearsonVUE test center you will receive a Voucher number and your S-User id which you do have to enter during the Web registration on the Pearson-VUE Site. The password generation for the S-User will take a little bit longer as we first have to load your result into our System.

    If you are working for a Company with a SAP Installation it might be that they do have an Admin who could create a S-UserID for you.

    I hope that helps?

    Kind regards,

    Harald

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    • Hi John,

      A company can any time check your credentials with SAP based on the S ID mentioned (without S) on your Certification. Though physically your S ID is deleted in the system, SAP would still have the audit trail for the user ID and your Certificate is still valid. S IDs could have been deleted due to various reasons, but the Certificate will still valid and all the details are available with SAP.

      Kind Regards,

      Ravi

  • Posted on Mar 28, 2014 at 07:13 AM

    Hi,

    I mailed SAP Education, and was asked to submit :


    1. Formal application requesting for change; With the following details mentioned :

    Full name

    Certification date

    Certification location

    Module and version of the certification

    Certificate ID

    2. Copy of a NOC from your company or copy of your relieving letter.
    3. Old Certificate (to be couriered)


    A new S-UserID along with certificate will be issued.

    Regards,

    Remi

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