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Where to download SAP GUI 7.30 64 Bit for Windows

Former Member
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Would anybody be kind enough to share the 64 not 32 bit version of the 7.30 SAP GUI download?

Many Thanks!


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Former Member
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Sorry, this is not an answer to the original question but rather an addition.

I am running a 64 Windows 7 system with currently 32bit SAP 7.30, SAP BO, Secure Login and Office (2013) 32bit.

Due to memory issues with Excel 32bit, I want to switch to Office 64bit.

Is it possible to run SAP 7.30 (32bit), SAP BO 64bit, and the SAP Secure Login 64bit in parallel? Or will this create issues with SAP 7.30 not being 64bit?

Thank you in advance,


Former Member
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Hi Chris

Here is the information from SAP NOTE regarding using SAPGUI 730 32 bit using on 64 Bit windows operating system

66971 - Supported SAP GUI platforms

SAP GUI on 64bit platforms

Currently there is no separate SAP GUI version for 64bit operating systems. However, due to the limitations mentioned in SAP Note1442028, SAP currently evaluating the creation and delivery of a 64-bit version of SAP GUI for Windows (x64). This note will be updated once a development plan and shipment schedule have been determined. Due to the huge effort associated with creating such a version, a 64-bit version of SAP GUI for Windows will not be available until 2016 at the earliest.

Until a 64bit version is available you can use the standard SAP GUI for Windows 32bit version on 64bit operating systems (given you are using the SAP GUI versions, operating system versions and hardware specified in the list above).

SAP GUI will never be supported on Itanium (IA64) systems.

Best Regards

Sohail Ahmed

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If you have an S-User ID, the 32-bit version is available for download at > Software Downloads > Installation and Upgrades > A-Z Index (G) > SAP GUI for Windows > SAP GUI for Windows 7.30 core.  There won't be a 64-bit version until some time in 2014 and that will have some limitations.


Dan Mead