Posted by on September 7, 2018

There are two mistakes that I make regularly in AWS:
1. Adding capability to a resource, then testing the updated resource before I’ve deployed the updated IAM permissions.
2. Using the passwords generated by my password generator, even though it uses punctuation characters which IAM does not permit.

For future reference, only ISO basic letters ([A-Za-z], digits, and the following punctuation ! @ # $ % ^ & * ( ) _ + - = [ ] { } | ' are permitted in IAM passwords. Characters on my keyboard which are not permitted include all of the white space characters, colon, semi-colon, greater than, less than, both slashes, double quotes, tilde, and grave accent.

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