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EUARE-USERADDPOLICY(1)		 User Commands		EUARE-USERADDPOLICY(1)

NAME
       euare-useraddpolicy  -  Add a new policy	to a user. To add more complex
       policies	than this tool supports, see euare-useruploadpolicy(1).

SYNOPSIS
       euare-useraddpolicy -p POLICY -e	{Allow,Deny} -a	ACTIONS	-r RESOURCES

       [-o] [--as-account ACCOUNT] [-U URL]
	      [--region	USER@REGION] [-I KEY_ID]  [-S  KEY]  [--security-token
	      TOKEN] [--debug] [--debugger] [--version]	[-h] USER

DESCRIPTION
       Add a new policy	to a user. To add more complex policies	than this tool
       supports, see euare-useruploadpolicy(1).

   positional arguments:
       USER   user to attach the policy	to (required)

   optional arguments:
       -p POLICY, --policy-name	POLICY
	      name of the new policy (required)

       -e {Allow,Deny},	--effect {Allow,Deny}
	      whether the new policy should Allow or Deny (required)

       -a ACTIONS, --action ACTIONS
	      action(s)	the policy should apply	to (at least one required)

       -r RESOURCES, --resource	RESOURCES
	      resource(s) the policy should apply to (at least one required)

       -o, --output
	      display the newly-created	policy

       --as-account ACCOUNT
	      [Eucalyptus cloud	admin only] run	this command as	 the  adminis-
	      trator of	another	account

       -U URL, --url URL
	      identity service endpoint	URL

       --region	USER@REGION
	      region  and/or  user names to search when	looking	up config file
	      data

       -I KEY_ID, --access-key-id KEY_ID

       -S KEY, --secret-key KEY

       --security-token	TOKEN

       --debug
	      show debugging output

       --debugger
	      launch interactive debugger on error

       --version
	      show the program's version and exit

       -h, --help
	      show this	help message and exit

euca2ools 3.4			 December 2016		EUARE-USERADDPOLICY(1)

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