You can easily switch bank to the old style of the “New Tab” page by following these steps:
chrome://flagsinto Google Chrome‘s address bar (omnibox).
- Search (by pressing F3 or Ctrl + F) for the feature “Enable Instant Extended API” (#enable-instant-extended-api) and change its setting from “Default” to “Disabled“.
- Click on “Relaunch Now” at the bottom of the screen to restart Google Chrome. The old style “New Tab” page should appear, which displays tiles of the most visited pages or the Chrome apps.
Single Sign-On (SSO) with an SAP Passport allows access to several portals within the SAP Service Marketplace, without having to enter your user ID and password. SAP Passport is a digital client certificate that provides hassle-free single-sign on access without the need to log in each time.
PKCS #12, the Personal Information Exchange Syntax Standard, defines a file format that is used to store private keys with accompanying public key certificates, protected with a password-based symmetric key. PFX is a predecessor to PKCS #12.
- Download Mozilla Firefox (for Microsoft Windows or OS X).
- Apply for an SAP Passport, through Mozilla Firefox, in order to create a certificate.
- Export the certificate (.p12 extension) for your user ID, through Mozilla Firefox, by navigating to:
Options → Advanced → Encryption → View certificates
Then, select the certificate and click on “Backup…“.
You can now (optionally) uninstall Mozilla Firefox.
In OS X:
- Open Keychain Access by typing “Keychain Access” on the Spotlight and import the certificate to your “login” keychain by navigating to File → Import Items.
- You can now open SAP Service Marketplace, either through Apple Safari or Google Chrome, and choose your certificate when prompted.
- In case the message “Mac OS X wants to make changes. Type an administrator’s name and password to allow this. Mac OS X wants to use the “System” keychain.” is displayed upon choosing your certificate, reset the default keychain. Open Keychain Access, as previously, and navigate to Preferences → General → Reset. Finally, restart your system.
- You can now open SAP Service Marketplace using the installed certificate.
The problem is related to ctfmon.exe. By following the instructions mentioned here, the installation was completed successfully.