This document shows you how to create a sub-account and grant permissions to it to manage SSM.
If you do not need to manage SSM through APIs, you can authorize the sub-account directly.
3. Authorize the sub-account. You can add the SSM policy to the newly created sub-account so that it can access SSM. On the User Details page of the sub-account, click Permissions > Associate Policy to go to the Add Policy page.
4. Add a policy. On the Add Policy page, click Select policies from the policy list, choose the appropriate SSM policy, and click Next > Confirm. In this way, you can grant permissions to the sub-account to access SSM.
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