SAP Universal ID provides easier access to SAP sites. With SAP Universal ID, you have one single SAP account for life. It gives you the ability to log in once and choose between your S/P-user IDs, enabling you to easily switch between users and manage your account profile.
SAP Universal ID allows you to combine all your existing and future S/P-user accounts under a single password, eliminating the need to keep track of all your S/P-user IDs.
SAP Universal ID provides access to over 500 SAP sites, including SAP.com, SAP for Me, SAP Community, SAP ONE Support Launchpad, SAP Support Portal, SAP Learning Hub, and SAP Partner Portal.
Please ensure you select the appropriate S-user for the site you wish to access with your SAP Universal ID.
Your SAP Universal ID is personal and belongs to you throughout your working life. S-user IDs are provided by your company and function as an authorization. When you change roles or companies, the administrator will remove your S-user ID, but your SAP Universal ID remains with you.
SAP Universal ID supports the latest versions of Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and Edge, as well as iOS and Android browsers. Internet Explorer is not supported.
Eventually, SAP Universal ID will supersede existing S/P-user IDs to log in to SAP sites. When SAP Universal ID becomes mandatory, your S/P-user IDs linked to your SAP Universal ID remain available. As of the second half of 2021, any new S-user ID created will automatically link to your SAP Universal ID.
No, SAP Universal ID is a free account and requires no software installation.
The verification code is needed to verify your e-mail address and to confirm that you own the e-mail address you provided. On receipt of the verification code, you will have 15 minutes to use it before it becomes inactive.
- Check your spam or junk folders
- Confirm that the e-mail address was entered correctly – if not entered correctly, you must start the creation process and request a new verification code
- Request a new verification code
During registration, you will be forwarded to the Linking Manager which will retrieve the S/P-user accounts that match the e-mail that you have verified.
If you already have an SAP Universal ID, you can link additional S/P-user ID(s) accounts anytime in SAP Universal ID Account Manager.
No, once you link your S/P-user ID to one SAP Universal ID, you cannot link it to another SAP Universal ID.
If you have already linked an S/P-user ID to your SAP Universal ID, it isn’t possible to link the same S/P-user ID to another SAP Universal ID.
SAP Universal ID does not support sharing of S-user IDs. Your administrator will need to create a unique S-user ID to ensure there is an identifiable person corresponding to each S-user ID. This will ensure data integrity, security, and compliance with legal regulations.
In the Account Selector, adjust the “Sort by” filter to “Login Date” and your most recently used account will appear at the top of the list.
Currently, you have to log out and log in again with a different user. As we enable sites with enhanced capabilities, you will be able to switch between users within an active session.
Please contact your company administrator and request deletion.
Yes, you can use your personal e-mail address and you can also maintain multiple e-mail addresses. One of these e-mail addresses must be assigned as your primary address. You need to validate ownership of any e-mail address used in your SAP Universal ID.
Yes, you can maintain multiple e-mail addresses and assign one of these as your primary e-mail address through the SAP Universal ID Account Manager. Please note that you must also maintain the e-mail address of any S/P-user IDs linked to your SAP Universal ID, as the linkage to S/P-user IDs is based on a valid e-mail address.
SAP Universal ID is personal and only one person can own an SAP Universal ID. Therefore, SAP Universal ID does not support the use of shared e-mail addresses, such as email@example.com. This will ensure data integrity, security, and compliance with legal regulations.
The responsible company administrator will withdraw the permissions and authorizations to access the company’s systems. As a result, the S-user ID will be unlinked from your SAP Universal ID. You can continue to use your SAP Universal ID. If you move to another company, you can link a new S-user ID through SAP Universal ID Account Manager.
Super administrators can see if an S-user is linked to an SAP Universal ID.