Skip to Content
Author's profile photo Glen Spalding

NSP License key expired and cannot log on

If you get this message when logging in, and ever wonder what to do, read on.


Logon with user “SAP*”, client 001 will do

Go to transaction SLICENSE->New Licenses


Apply for license at, and use the “Active Hardware key” number when applying.

Out of the three NSP options available, select the first.

Receive your email with the license file attached, and save it to a location.

Open the file in notepad or some other text editor, and check the line “SYSTEM-NR”. This should be the same as the “System Number” number in SLICENSE. See above. if not you may have requested the wrong License, or possible, SAP have it mixed up. If this is the case, try changing the “System Number” in the file to what is presented in SLICENCE.



to …


And “Save”

Now install license


Upload License


and open/choose


if the “Sware Prod” is not “NetWeaver_ADA”, you have downloaded the wrong NSP.


NSP is back in use

Assigned Tags

      You must be Logged on to comment or reply to a post.
      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member
      I had to delete to previous key first. Otherwise I got a 113 error
      Author's profile photo glen spalding
      glen spalding
      Blog Post Author
      interesting, i will try that next time
      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member
      Following your instruction, when I installed the NSP file, but system shown error message "This is system "TSD", but there is a license key for system "NSP" in the license key file."
      What is the reason?