SAP Partners can apply for a SAP Passport using their S-User-ID and password that allows for Single Sign-On (SSO) across SAP’s portals. This can greatly reduce the administrateive overhead associated with managing multiple log-ons when accessing SAP’s partner portals and the SAP Community Network. This document will provide a step-by-step guide to applying for a SAP Passport.
-You can only use SSO under https.
-Some of the screens shown below are in German (my faux S-User is German), however, the selection options in the English version should be in the equivalent place on the screen.
To generate a SSO, go to SAP Service Marketplace: http://service.sap.com/. Click on the last line: Benefits from single sign-on.
Select: Apply for SAP Passport
Type in your S-User-ID and password, and select OK.
Type in your S-User password and select Apply for an SAP Passport
Elect to request a certificate by selecting Yes.
If you’re using Internet Explorer 7, you may get this message. In this case, you need to run an add-on to finalize Passport issuance. Do so before continuing.
After running the plug-in if needed, select Apply for SAP Passport.
Select Yes to add the certificate.
Congratulations, you have now successfully received your Certificate and can go back to Service Marketplace or to other SAP sites, including the SAP Community Network.
You can now log-on to SCN using the Cetificate Login option.
We hope using the SAP Passport simplifies your experience in accessing and using SAP’s portals.