AWS Single Sign-On (AWS SSO) is a cloud service that allows you to grant your users access to AWS resources, such as Amazon S3, across multiple AWS accounts.
With S3 Browser you can easily work with Amazon S3 via AWS SSO, it provides user-friendly way to configure Amazon S3 access via the Single Sign-On service.
To configure Amazon S3 via AWS Single Sign-On:
1. Start S3 Browser and click Accounts -> Add New Account.Click Accounts -> Add New Account
The Add New Account dialog will open:New Amazon S3 via AWS SSO account dialog.
2. Choose the Amazon S3 via SSO account type
3. Enter single sign-on account details:
Start URL - the URL that points to the organization's AWS SSO user portal.
SSO Region - the AWS Region that contains the AWS SSO portal host.
Account ID - the AWS account ID that contains the IAM role you want to use.
Role name - the name of the IAM role that defines the user's permissions.
8. Click Add new account
You can now choose the newly added account from the accounts menu:Click Accounts -> Account Name to switch between accounts.
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