AWS – Discussion Forums – Registration

Background

Running into petty roadblocks with AWS and so it is time to look for help.

Forum

URL

The forum’s URL is https://forums.aws.amazon.com/index.jspa ( Link ).

Registration

Though one might already be registered as an Amazon buying customer, Amazon Web Services usage and registration is another thing, and so is the privilege to post questions in the AWS forum.

Outline

  1. Launch web browser
  2. Go here
  3. Member ?
    • If existing user, please click on the My Account / Console button
    • If new user, please click on the Sign Up button
  4. Register for Discussion Forums
    • IAM
      • Choose an IAM Discussion Forum Nickname
      • Enter your Email Address
  5. Wait till your Account is created and validated

 

Images

Home Page

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Discussion Forums – AWS Identity & Access Management ( IAM ) – Forums Nickname & Email

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Your Account is not ready for posting messages

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Discussion Thread

Outline

  1. Start Discussion Thread
  2. Thread
    • Thread Header
    • Thread Body
    • Thread Preview
      • Because of markup it is important to use the Preview pane
        • See if some of the body’s text are being interpreted as markup
        • See if actual markup are effectual
  3. Wait till your Account is created and validated
  4. Post Messages

Images

Start Discussion Thread

Plain Text

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Preview

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