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Terraform: add to existing AWS policy, or create policy if needed

This is not a good way to go about this, terraform is a declarative language and you should always follow this principle. Either terraform is managing a resource or terraform is querying an existing ...
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Does the AWS Admin user have the eks:AccessKubernetesApi permission?

There are a few ways to perform the action you're looking for. I'll demonstrate how to accomplish this task from the command line and the console. Using the SDK's (e.g. boto3) are an option too. ...
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What is the proper AWS IAM policy for access to a single bucket that allows stacking?

Let's start at the end: it looks like DenyAllOthers parts are causing the user to not have S3 access. Indeed: By default, all requests are denied. (In general, requests made using the AWS account ...
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What are minimum permissions required for an IAM user to provision EC2 instances?

quick answer: - The user will need the permissions to execute the ec2 run-instances command. Explanation on how to do this: First create a policy (not Role) that authorizes the EC2 RunInstances ...
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