Contact the DES Service Center to obtain the most current SAPLogon ini.

For all other SAPGUI installation files, upgrades, and patches, see Downloads. 

SAPLOGON.ini Installation/Update/Replacement

Note: SAPlogon.ini files must be updated with installation of SAP GUI version 7.20 or later.  For Security purposes, the SAPlogon.ini is no longer available on the Downloads page. To obtain the most current file follow the instructions below.

In SAP GUI, the SAPlogon.ini file defines the environments in HRMS  that a user can access. Most users will have 2 environments: HRMS Production and/or HRMS Business Intelligence. 

To install, replace or update a user's saplogon.ini file:

  1. Logon to the PC with Local Administrator privileges (or better). If you aren't sure whether you have these privileges, please contact your agency IT staff to complete the installation.

  2. Make sure the SAP Logon Pad is not open/running

  3. Saplogon.ini file can be copied from any current SAP GUI userís workstation. It is located in C:\Windows directory. If you still need a copy of SAPLogon.ini, contact the DES Service Center. Before you contact DOP Service Center be sure to determine whether your agency is Single Sign-On (SSO) or Non Single Sign-On. This is very important. If you're not sure, your agency HRMS Security Requestor should be able to advise.

  4. If you requested a copy of saplogon.ini file from DDES Service Center, it will come as a zipped file.  Extract (unzip) the saplogon.ini file to a folder on the desktop.

  5. Manually copy the saplogon.ini from the unzipped folder on the desktop (SSO or NONSSO) to C:\Windows.

  6. If you are installing SAP GUI for the first time on a workstation, you must place a copy of saplogon.ini file in C:\Windows directory.  Please see step 3 above on how to acquire saplogon.ini file.

  7. For Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8 workstations, you will also need to copy the new saplogon.ini to each users profile (c:\users\%userprofile%\appdata\Roaming\SAP\Common\). If a user has never launched the SAP Logon Pad this folder will not exist and will be created when SAPGUI is launched (and will copy the saplogon.ini file from C:\Windows location..

  8. Start the Sap Logon Pad and make sure that all of the appropriate environments are now appearing in the Sap Logon Pad.

  9. If everything is working, delete the zip file, extracted folder and its contents. You should be all set.

  10. If you experience problems or need assistance with the installation, please contact your agency IT staff or helpdesk. If you are an IT staf