I got inspired from a blog by Peter Langner Using KeePass Instead of SAP Logon which is to store password in KeePass.
I would like to add more resource in that discussion throuhg this blog, which contains steps to store password in SAP Logon pad itself!
Note: you need authorization to edit registry.
Please be aware of security risk by reading note: https://websmp130.sap-ag.de/sap(bD1ubCZjPTAwMQ==)/bc/bsp/spn/sapnotes/index2.htm?numm=146173
Create a new Shortcut for a System enty in SAP Logon Pad.
Open ‘Run’ from Start -> Run and write “sapshcut -register” press enter, it will add SAP Shortcut entry in registry, will confirm same with a pop up.
Change the resgitry entry to enable password. Path would be:
HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareSAPSAPShortcutSecurity EnablePassword = 1
Now if you go back to the short cut you created, Password input box will be ready for entry.
You can maintain the password and it will promt with warning, press Ok.
From next onwards you can just double click the shortcut, it will logon into the system without asking for user and password…
Contribution: Special thanks to Mark Zwaan for his guide and knowledge sharing.