I want to access AWS resources through the AWS Management Console. How do I sign in?
Signing in as the AWS account root user
If you're a root user, open the Sign in page, select Root user, and sign in using your AWS account root user credentials.
Signing in as the AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) user with a custom URL
Sign in using a custom URL https://account_alias_or_id.signin.aws.amazon.com/console/. You must replace account_alias_or_id with the account alias or account ID provided by the root user.
Signing in as the IAM user on the Sign-in page
- If you have previously signed in as the IAM user on the browser, you might see the Sign in as IAM user page when you open the Sign-in page. Your account ID or account alias might already be saved. In that case, just enter your IAM user credentials, and then choose Sign in.
- If you are signing in on the browser for the first time, open the Sign in page, select IAM user, and then enter the 12-digit AWS account ID or account alias. Choose Next. In the Sign in as IAM user page, enter your IAM user credentials, and then choose Sign in.
If you have trouble signing in as the IAM user, contact your account administrator for the specialized URL and account credentials to use.
For the AWS GovCloud (US) Region, sign in to the AWS Management Console for the AWS GovCloud (US) using your IAM account credentials.
If you have trouble signing in to your AWS account, see I'm having trouble signing in to or accessing my AWS account.
Note: For security purposes, AWS Support doesn't have access to view, provide, or change your account credentials.
What is the AWS Management Console?
Signing in to the AWS Management Console as an IAM user or root user
AWS Management Console for the AWS GovCloud (US) Region
Troubleshooting AWS sign-in or account issues
Enable access to the AWS Management Console with AD credentials