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Tag: Console

Enable a New Feature in the AWS Management Console: Cross-Account Access

Today, we made it possible for you to enable a user to switch roles directly in the AWS Management Console to access resources across multiple AWS accounts—while using only one set of credentials. Previously, as Anders discussed in his blog post, Delegating API Access to AWS Services Using IAM Roles, you could delegate access to […]

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Introducing the Redesigned IAM Console

We are excited to announce the redesigned IAM console, now with a streamlined look and feel that makes it even easier to manage your IAM settings. We’ve made it more convenient to manage large resource lists (for example, hundreds of users, groups, or roles), eliminated tab switching, and optimized the console to offer a better […]

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AWS CloudTrail Now Logs AWS Management Console Sign-In Events

We’ve heard from many of you that you want greater visibility into when users sign in to the AWS Management Console. We are excited to announce that AWS CloudTrail now captures console sign-in events whenever an account owner, a federated user, or an IAM user signs into the console. For those of you who aren’t […]

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Granting Users Permission to Work in the Amazon EC2 Console

This week, Kati Paizee, a technical writer on the Amazon EC2 team, takes an in-depth look at the permissions you need to give your users so that they can administer EC2 using the console. The Amazon EC2 console provides an easy-to-use interface that allows your users to carry out compute-based tasks without asking them to […]

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