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Authorizing Sub-account Read-only Access to CVMs

Last updated: 2019-12-25 16:12:53

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The enterprise account, CompanyExample (ownerUIN: 12345678), has a sub-account, Developer, that requires CVM instance query permission for the CVM service under the CompanyExample enterprise account. The sub-account is not allowed to create, delete, or start up/shut down CVM instances.

Solution A:

The enterprise account, CompanyExample, associates the Developer sub-account with the preset policy QcloudCVMInnerReadOnlyAccess. To learn how to associate a policy with a user account, see Authorization Management.

Solution B:

Step 1: create the following policy by using policy syntax.

 {
    "version": "2.0",
    "statement":[
     {
         "effect": "allow",
         "action": [
                "cvm:Describe*",
                "cvm:Inquiry*"
                ],
         "resource": "*"
     }
    ]
}

Step 2: associate the sub-account with the policy. To learn how to associate a policy with a user account, see Authorization Management.