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with the groups management console, you can organize aws resources into groups, create groups of groups, and manage resource access permissions. when you create a group, resources that are included in the group are listed at the top of the list of management resources. for example, if you create a group named organization management, the group members are listed in the top panel.

when you select a resource, the user interface shows the attributes associated with the resource in a tabular view. the tabular view shows the parent grouping (if any), resource ids, names, types, and a brief description of what the resource is for. this feature is useful for simple management tasks when youre not sure what the name of the management resource is. if you want to see more detail about the resource, or search for a related resource, you can click the name in the list. you can then view the resource or properties of the resource and set its permissions.

the org resource groups are designed to be used by aws users for creating policies, roles, and permissions at the organization level. when you create an organization, you select a parent resource group, which contains all resources for the organization. you then define and provide access permissions on resource groups.

the policy simulator feature provides an easy way to test the impact of the changes you have made to aws resources. the simulator lets you preview and test your changes before you make them permanent. this simulation lets you see how a particular set of resource properties will impact the security and access controls for a resource.

using principal store, both users and groups can be associated and separated across different data sources. you can do this declaratively, on an as-needed basis, when documents are ingested. this lets you protect documents on a source by source basis. using acls and the principal store, you can protect any document, regardless of source or destination, against unauthorized access.
users can be associated and separated when they are connected to a data source. you can define a personal security profile that will control the permissions they have on documents. you can also give administrators control over users and groups that they can assign to documents and data sources. the clients default security profile can be changed at any time. the clients security profile is associated with the users when they first connect to a data source. users cannot change their own security profile. the security profile is then associated with the groups to which the user is assigned when they connect to a data source.
all documents remain in the same repository where the user originally ingested the document, until they are moved to a different repository. the principal store does not modify the acls on the document. depending on how users and groups are assigned in the principal store, the permissions that users have on a given document may not reflect the acls that exist on the document.
you can view and import reports on principal store activity, as well as access performance statistics for your users and groups. principal store also provides a data source view that displays the users, groups, and documents associated with a data source.