The easiest way to update your server list, is to request your project or a colleague to provide you with the server list.
By doing so, all you’ll have to do to have all SAP servers listed in your SAP Logon is to update the SAPlogon.ini file.
The file will most likely be located in below folder :
If that’s not the case, here’s how to find out which folder is used on your computer.
In SAP Logon, go to Options…
In SAP GUI Options, go to SAP Logon Options > Local Configuration Files
You’ll see there where is located your local connection file saplogon.ini, but also other SAP files : SAP Tree Structure file SapLogonTree.xml, SAP Shortcut file sapshortcut.ini, SAP Message Server file SAPMSG.INI, and SAProuter file SAPROUTE.INI
You can also open it and edit it manually – that’s another way to add SAP servers, if you know what you are doing.