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Configuring an Amazon Web Services authentication profile

Updated on June 30, 2021

Configure an Amazon Web Services (AWS) authentication profile so that messages sent to and from your application use AWS authentication.

Before you begin: You must complete the following task before you can configure an authentication profile: Creating an authentication profile.
Note: Amazon Web Services authentication profiles are supported only by Amazon S3 BLOB storage repositories; this authentication profile is not supported in connectors.
  1. Open an authentication profile from the navigation panel by clicking RecordsSecurityAuthentication Profile and selecting an AWS profile from the instance list.
  2. In the Access key ID field, enter the access key.
  3. In the Secret access key field, enter the secret access key.
    The value you enter is masked by default. To see the value as you type, select the Provide secret access key by reference in clear text check box.
  4. Click Save.
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