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Issue building Control tower landing zone on a new account - AWS Control Tower setup failed. Be sure your account is subscribed to the AWS EC2 service, then try again
Hello, I am facing the following issue while trying to launch a control tower landing zone in a new AWS account: AWS Control Tower failed to set up your landing zone completely: AWS Control Tower setup failed. Be sure your account is subscribed to the AWS EC2 service, then try again. If this error persists, contact AWS Support. Learn more The account was created over 3 days but never used. So in the first attempt, I received the error and then I found the question and comments in https://repost.aws/questions/QUEqQ54QQqQaqyi2a23a6GKA/aws-tower-setup-failed-subscribe-to-aws-ec-2-service, then I tried to launch an instance and wait for over 30 to 60 minutes and retry, but without success. Also, unless the Control tower is blocked by default, I don't think I am going over any quotas as there was no usage in the account. So far, I can see the following resources created but no logs: AWS organization and proposed 2 OUs 2 Security accounts AWS SSO with my user. As I don't have a paid support plan, I am unable to contact the support directly, is there any other step that you suggest I take? I really would like to avoid having to recreate the setup.
Control Tower that the parent organizational unit is not enrolled in AWS Control Tower, when it is
I get the following error when i try to programmatically create a new account in a OU: InvalidParametersException The parent organizational unit 'ou-xxx-xxx' is not enrolled in AWS Control Tower It's an empty OU without any accounts, but it says registered in the control tower console
Workspaces stuck on being launched for 24 hours
Your Workspaces are being launched WorkSpaces may take up to 20 minutes to become available. Instructions will be sent to the user on how to connect to their WorkSpace. it's all I've seen for about 24 hours, first one created yesterday, created a second today to see if it would work and it also has been more than an hour. neither had an encrypted disk. not sure what i can do next
Commercial vs GovCloud
Is there any page that will indicate when a service will become available in GovCloud? I know that there is a page called "AWS GovCloud (US) compared to Standard AWS Regions". This is a list of what is available in GovCloud. But, is there any page that has an ETA on when a specific service will become available in GovCloud? It also would be nice to know if there is a Service in GovCloud where specific functionality does not work yet. We recently ran into an issue where RedShift queries in GovCloud cannot be saved. Any insights are appreciated...Larry Cermak
Service Catalog - Stack set constraint - adding accounts
I have a Product with a Stack set constraint. I initially had one account set on that I provisioned this product and this resulted in a stackset deployment to the remote account - worked fine What I then want to do is UPDATE that provisioned product with ADDITIONAL accounts via Stacksets So I added a new Account to the original Stack set constraint for that product (So now 2 accounts in the list) However when I UPDATE the provisioned product it failed, it seemed on the second stack deploy to the additional account. So - is it possible to UPDATE a stackset based product in this way? If not, how to change the list of accounts on a constraint (or wherever) or how to configure a product(s) to be able to do that? Many thanks for any assistance Edited by: jomu on Apr 29, 2021 1:06 AM
WorkSpaces build automation with Service Catalog
Can I add a parameter to specify number of workspaces to launch with cloud formation? I am following this blog, which launches one workspace at a time. https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/mt/how-to-enable-self-service-amazon-workspaces-by-using-aws-service-catalog-connector-for-servicenow/ I would like to modify/add a parameter to specify the count within allowable limits. How can I do this? Thank you!