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Operation cloudfront prompts access denied

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I can't operate my cloudfront, when I disable, create rules it tells me that access is denied I visited the address generated by cloudfront and it prompted me that my IP address could not be found, so I logged on to https://console.aws.amazon.com/ and went to the cloudfront page, and on the cloudfront interface, I saw that my domain name, status were normal. Then I tried to select one of the domains and tried to disable it (I tried to restart the service). But it tells me that Access is denied

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Hello

Please find the information below from AWS docs: Look at here Deleting a distribution

If you disable a distribution that has an alternate domain name associated with it, CloudFront stops accepting traffic for that domain name (such as www.example.com), even if another distribution has an alternate domain name with a wildcard () that matches the same domain (such as .example.com).

Thank You GK

answered 2 months ago
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