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Factory to construct different types of AWSCredentials based on a profile.
A named group of options that are persisted and used to obtain AWSCredentials.
The options that are available for creating AWSCredentials with the AWSCredentialsFactory. The type of AWSCredentials that are created depends on which Options are set. Below are the different types of credentials returned, along with the options that are used to obtain them. ( denotes options that are not required) BasicAWSCredentials AccessKey SecretKey SessionAWSCredentials AccessKey SecretKey Token AssmeRoleAWSCredentials SourceProfile RoleArn [ExternalID] [MfaSerial] FederatedAWSCredentials EndpointName RoleArn [UserIdentity]
Class to abstract the combined use of NetSDKCredentialsFile and SharedCredentialsFile where possible.
This class allows profiles supporting AWSCredentials to be registered with the SDK so that they can later be reference by a profile name. The credential profiles will be available for use in the AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio and the AWS Tools for Windows PowerShell.
The credentials are stored under the current users AppData folder encrypted using Windows Data Protection API.
This class is not threadsafe.
Representation of a SAML Endpoint.
Manages endpoints to be used in conjunction with SAML role profiles. The role profiles reference the endpoint to obtain the actual endpoint and any customization settings needed to perform authentication.
Provides access to read and write to the shared credentials INI file. The file is read, parsed, and validated at construction time. Changes can be made using the RegisterProfile() and UnregisterProfile() methods. This class is not threadsafe.
Represents the different types of authentication available for SAML endpoints.