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AWS login using the Secure Token Service

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A simple command line utility to login to AWS accounts using role based access and the secure token service.

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Usage: aws_login [OPTIONS] ACTION

Aws-login is an AWS Helper CLI for using Role Based Access, easy and securly open the management console with the command line.

Actions:

aws-login start-mfa-session, aws-login mfa

aws-login add-profile, aws-login add

aws-login open-console, aws-login oc

aws-login print-console, aws-login pc

Options:
-s, --source-profile TEXT
 The source profile.
-t, --target-profile TEXT
 The target profile.
-r, --role TEXT
 The role to assume
-a, --account-id TEXT
 Account ID to assume the role
-v, --verbose show verbose output.
-p, --profile TEXT
 Use this profile for mfa session or opening console.
-E, --mfa-expiration INTEGER
 number of seconds after which the MFA credentials are no longer valid
-R, --role-expiration INTEGER
 number of seconds after which the role credentials are no longer valid
-C, --console-expiration INTEGER
 number of seconds after which the console credentials are no longer valid
-T, --token TEXT
 from your MFA device
-h, --help Show this message and exit.

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