AWS – How to setup an IAM user to access only one s3 Bucket

05. March 2012 SysAdmin 0
Hi, This will explain how you can create an IAM user in AWS, so that you can grant access to only one S3 bucket. – Create an S3 bucket in AWS account. [![](https://res.cloudinary.com/jobnix/image/upload/v1415999956/jobin_2012_02_24_01_vche3d.jpg “AWS_create_s3_bucket”)](https://res.cloudinary.com/jobnix/image/upload/v1415999956/jobin_2012_02_24_01_vche3d.jpg) –  Switch to AWS IAM tab – Click Group >> Create Group [![](https://res.cloudinary.com/jobnix/image/upload/v1415999956/jobin_2012_02_24_02_azzusv.jpg “AWS_create_iam_group”)](https://res.cloudinary.com/jobnix/image/upload/v1415999956/jobin_2012_02_24_02_azzusv.jpg) – Enter a Group Name, Click Continue ...

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