In SAP Fiori launchpad connections as well as in NWBC connections, the system that a user initially connects to, and the system where applications assigned to the user are running, the so-called remote system, may be different. This section explains how you as an administrator specify those remote systems.
If you want to enable single sign-on between logon and target system, and run transactions in the target system in the embedded SAP GUI for Windows, you have two options:
Use SAP Single Sign-On (recommended)
Use SAP Logon Tickets. For this option, there must be a trusted relationship between the relevant systems. To ensure that the same user is used in the target system, the only RFC destinations that are allowed are those created using the trusted system concept.