SAP ECC 6.0 IDES Configuration

1.Open Your External HDD open the folder <Elements>:VM Ware SetupVMware7.
02.Now Run the setup of VM Ware Work Station Full 7.0 and done it withTypical Installation.
3.Register The Software with Your Name And Company with Serial given intext file, an icon will be created on your desktop.
Run VM Ware Now followthe screens
Click on Open Existing VM or Team
Browse for Your SAP ECC6.0 VM Clone File Which is located in Your WDElements External HDD on SAPECC6 Folder. Open the file.
When You Open the File This Screen Appears You can Click on Edit VirtualMachine Settings and maximize your Memory as per your system configuration.
You can maximize your existing Memory from here then click OK Now click on Power On this Virtual MachineA Message Appear Click on “Take Owner Ship” and then “I copied it”Your Virtual Machine is Started Windows 2003 Boot Screen will appear.
WINDOWS 2003 AND SAP IDES LOGIN USER NAME AND PASSWORD
Windows 2003
loginUser: Administrator
Pass: ******
When you successfully logged into windows please open the file SAP ManagementConsole, Shortcut located in the desktopOpen SAP System; Select the first Server and starts Server from here. You need to wait awhile until the icon of the server become GREEN (First yellow and then Green)(This is an example window so do not think SJ1 would be there)
 Now Minimize this window and Open SAP LOGON Icon located on the DesktopThere will be two servers showing in the description TAB select the first one and click onlog on. A small screen will be appearing showing Wait for Response…….Then Main window of SAP IDES System will be appear
SAP Login
Client: 000 (For Creating Profiles, practices evaluation and others)
User: SAP*
Pass: *****
user: SUPERUSER
Pass: sap
SAP ECC SERVER Login
Client: 800 (For SAP Online Documentation and other things)
User: IDADMIN
Pass:IDES
You can create users as many as you can with the command SU01 with by defining thereroles and profiles in IDES environment…Check your SAP IDES License with the command “slicense” in the command bar.
Important Note:
Please Always click on don’t Save when you close SAP Management Conso

sapadmin posted at 2011-7-16 Category: SAP Admin

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