Setting Access Permission

Last updated: 2020-10-10 10:28:45

    Overview

    You can use the COS console to set or modify bucket access permissions of the following two types.

    • Public permissions: include private read/write, public read/private write and public read/write. For more information, see Types of Permission under Bucket Overview.
    • User ACLs: the root account has all bucket permissions (full control) by default. You can add sub-accounts and grant them permissions including read/write, read/write ACL, and even full control.

    Granting Permissions for a Single Bucket

    Directions

    1. Log in to the COS Console. On the left sidebar, click Bucket List.
    2. Locate the bucket for which you want to set or modify access permissions, and then click the bucket name.
    3. Select Permission Management > Bucket ACL and you can set both public permissions and user ACLs for the bucket. For example, you can add a sub-account, whose ID can be viewed in the CAM Console.
    4. Click Save under Operation.

    Granting Permissions for Multiple Buckets

    Directions

    1. Log in to the COS Console. On the left sidebar, click Bucket List.
    2. Click Authorize above the bucket list.
    3. In the pop-up window, select the buckets which you want to grant permissions for. Then, scroll down to set both public permissions and user ACLs. For example, you can add a sub-account, whose ID can be viewed in the CAM Console.
    4. Once completed, Click OK.

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