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Root user cannot change S3 bucket policy

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Hi,

I have created a new S3 bucket and am following this tutorial to host a static website: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonS3/latest/userguide/HostingWebsiteOnS3Setup.html#step3-edit-block-public-access

However when it comes to setting the bucket policy, it states that the root user has no access to manage bucket policy. I then went to the IAM console and gave another user S3FullAccess. This still does not help and there is no access available?

asked a year ago70 views
2 Answers
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It wont allow setting a bucket policy if you have not cleared the Block All Public Access button. I had not cleared that and it was resulting in this invalid permissions error.

answered a year ago
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IT WAS AN ERROR IN MY SETUP WHICH I HAVE NOW FIXED

answered a year ago

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