Removing an Amazon Inspector delegated administrator - Amazon Inspector

Removing an Amazon Inspector delegated administrator

In the event that you need to assign a new Amazon Inspector delegated administrator, you can remove an existing delegated administrator as the AWS Organizations management account.

When you remove a delegated administrator, it does not deactivate Amazon Inspector in that account or in any organization member accounts. Accounts within your organization are converted to standalone accounts and retain the scan settings they had prior to being managed by a delegated administrator.

To remove the delegated administrator

  1. Log in to the AWS Management Console using the AWS Organizations management account.

  2. Open the Amazon Inspector console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/inspector/v2/home, then use the AWS Region selector in the upper right to specify the Region in which you want to remove the delegated administrator.

  3. In the navigation pane, under Settings, choose Account management.

  4. In the Delegated administrator section, choose Remove, and then confirm your action.

  5. Repeat these steps in each Region in which you registered this delegated administrator.

To associate members with a new delegated administrator

When you add a new Amazon Inspector delegated administrator, you need to manually associate organization members to the new administrator account.

  1. Log in to the AWS Management Console using the delegated administrator account.

  2. Open the Amazon Inspector console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/inspector/v2/home, then use the AWS Region selector in the upper right to specify the Region in which you want to associate members with the new delegated administrator.

  3. In the navigation pane, under Settings, choose Account management.

  4. Select all of the listed accounts in your organization by using the top check box.

  5. From the Actions menu, choose Add member.

  6. Repeat these steps in each Region in which you want to associate members with the new delegated administrator.