Wednesday 30 August 2017

Amazon has added improvements in the AWS account Sign In

Amazon Web Service has added some improvements in the Sign Procedure of the AWS account. The changes that have been made are that you can sign from the AWS Management Console’s homepage with the accounts’ root user or as the AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) user. Earlier you had to sign in using the account-specific URL to sign in as the IAM user but with the latest update in the Sign-in method, the procedure is been simplified. You can also use the past sign in procedure with the account specific URL. Now with the first step in the new sign-in procedure will be that the root users have to enter their email address and the IAM users have to enter their account ID or the account alias. The Second step is that the root user has to enter the password and the IAM users will enter their user name and password. If Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is enabled on your account then you will be directed to enter the code from the MFA device. When you will complete all the procedure of AWS Sign-in, the homepage will be displayed after you are signed in the AWS Management console.

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