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Restricting Access to a Specific Amazon WorkDocs Instance

If you have multiple Amazon WorkDocs sites on an AWS account and you want to grant API access to a specific site, you can do so by defining a condition element. The Condition element lets you specify conditions for when a policy is in effect.

The following is an example of a condition element:

"Condition": { "StringEquals": { "Resource.OrganizationId": "d-123456789c5" } }

With the above condition in place in a policy, users are allowed to access only the Amazon WorkDocs instance with Id d-123456789c5. Amazon WorkDocs Instance Id is sometimes referred as Organization Id or Directory Id.

An Organization ID is also referred to as a Directory ID or an Instance ID. It can be used to restrict access to one or more Amazon WorkDocs sites on an account. For more information, see Restricting Access to a Specific Amazon WorkDocs Instance.

You can obtain a Amazon WorkDocs Organization ID from the AWS console using the following steps:

Obtaining an Organization Id

  1. In the AWS Directory Service console navigation pane, select Directories.

  2. The Directory ID corresponding to your Amazon WorkDocs site is the Organization ID for that site.