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User Guide for VMware vSphere

AWS IAM User Permissions

To restore to Amazon EC2, it is recommended that the IAM user whose credentials you plan to use to connect to AWS has administrative permissions — access to all AWS actions and resources.

If you do not want to provide full access to AWS, you can grant to the IAM user a minimal set of permissions that will be sufficient for restore. To do that, create the following policy in the JSON format and attach it to the IAM user:


 "Version": "2012-10-17",

 "Statement": [{

  "Action": [























































  "Effect": "Allow",

  "Resource": "*"



Alternatively, you can attach the created policy to the IAM group or role to which the IAM user is assigned.

For information on how to create and attach a policy to an IAM user, see the Creating IAM Policies and Adding and Removing IAM Identity Permissions sections in the AWS IAM User Guide.

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