I want to create a folder in the shared top directory of FSx.

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I want to create a folder in the shared top directory of FSx. Flow Powershell commands using ssm's AWS-RunPowerShellScript. However, the executing user is ssm-user. This user is not an active directory user and access is denied. The New-Item command does not set credentials. Is it possible to create a folder in the FSx shared top directory by running the powershell command from ssm?

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A similar question was asked here and has two different approaches on how to solve issues like this.

  • Fetching AD User credentials from Secrets Manager
  • Granting the AD Computer object permission to execute the command

See the answer section for more details.
https://repost.aws/questions/QU0nNAbP6mTNiszw8JqzX1rQ/about-the-user-who-executes-ssm

answered 9 months ago
  • Thank you for your response. The New-Item command does not allow optional credentials. Therefore, I would like to give permissions to the computer object. But I don't know how to do that. If you know how to do that, please let me know. Thank you so much.

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