New Sign-In method for AWS console Login
Coming soon, AWS will improve the way you sign in to your AWS account. Whether you sign in as your account’s root user or an AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) user, you will be able to sign in from the AWS Management Console’s home page.
This means that if you sign in as an IAM user, you will no longer be required to use an account-specific URL.
In this blog post, I explain the improvements that are coming soon to the way you sign in to your AWS account as a root user or IAM user.
The new sign-in experience
Step 1: For root users and IAM users
As shown in the following screenshot, to sign in as a root user, you will type the email address associated with the root account. To sign in as an IAM user, you will type an AWS account ID or account alias.
You will then choose Next to proceed to Step 2.
Step 2: For root users
you enter the email address associated with the root account in Step 1, you will be taken to the second step of signing in to the root account, as shown in the following screenshot. Type the password of the root account and choose Sign in.
Step 2: For IAM users
If you enter an AWS account ID or account alias in Step 1, you will be taken to the second step for signing in as an IAM user, as shown in the following screenshot. Type the user name and password of the IAM user, and choose Sign in.
Source : https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/security/coming-soon-improvements-to-how-you-sign-in-to-your-aws-account/
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