Q: What does the Customizations for AWS Control Tower solution do?
A: The solution enables you to easily add customizations to your AWS Control Tower landing zone using an AWS CloudFormation template and service control policies (SCPs). You can deploy the custom template and policies to individual accounts and organizational units (OUs) within your organization.
Q: What are the prerequisites before I can deploy the Customizations for AWS Control Tower solution?
A: The solution requires AWS Control Tower to be deployed in your AWS account in the same region and account where AWS Control Tower landing zone is deployed.
Q: Can I deploy the solution in any AWS Region?
A: The solution must be deployed in the same region and account where AWS Control Tower landing zone is deployed. As of the date of this publication, AWS Control Tower is available in specific AWS Regions only. Therefore, you must launch this solution in a region where this service is available. For the most current service availability by region, see the AWS Control Tower FAQs.
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