11. SAPLogon entries in SAPGUI
You want to deploy SAPGUI along with a default list of SAPLogon sessions to 25 users in your organization. Which of the following scenarios would work?
a) Run a script that copies "saplogon.ini" to all 25 users' computers.
b) Create a directory called "custom" in your FrontEnd Installation Server, copy the "saplogon.ini" containing the default session entries in the directory and deploy SAPGUI via SAPAdmin.
c) Ask your Windows network administrator to create a group policy that downloads the "saplogon.ini" file into all computers within the organization.
ANSWERS: A, B
Copying the file by running a script works, but it's not necessarily the best approach. SAPAdmin will automatically copy a default "saplogon.ini" file into the user's computer under the %systemroot% directory if you put it in a directory called "custom." You need to create this directory in your network share.
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