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Description: Checks the IAM policies that you create for Allow statements that grant permissions to all actions on all resources. The rule is NON_COMPLIANT if any policy statement includes "Effect": "Allow" with "Action": "*" over "Resource": "*". This rule checks only the IAM policies that you create. It does not check IAM Managed Policies. When you enable the rule, this rule checks all of the customer-managed policies in your account, and all new policies that you create.

Trigger type: Configuration changes

AWS Region: All supported AWS regions

How to Resolve Manually

To resolve this manually, you need to sign up to your AWS Management Console and go to IAM (Identity and Access Management).

Select the NON_COMPLIANT IAM Policy that has Effect: Allow, Action: * and Resource: *. 

You need to list all services and actions required for and the specific resources. You may need to add multiple statements to replace the Action: * and Resource: * according to your needs.

Make sure to test if your Role/User/User group is still working as expected after you replace the Admin Access policy.

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