Step 2. Click My
Account/Console at the top right corner of the web page. In
this case User Name is Alexander.
Step 3. In the drop-down list click
the “Security Credentials” option.
Step 4. Then you will be redirected to the “Your
Security Credentials” page and see the following pop-up
Click on the “Continue to Security
Step 5. Click on the “Access
Keys (Access Key ID and Secret Access Key)” to extend the
list of keys.
Step 6. Now you can see a list of your actual
and deleted Access Key IDs. Write them down
or save them.
Step 7. To find out your Secret Key by
clicking on the “Security Credentials” link
on the notification box below.
Step 8. You will be redirected to the “Sign
In” page where you will be asked to specify your AWS
credentials once again. Enter your email address and password,
click the “Sign in using our secure server”
button to continue.
Step 9. Now you are on the legacy Security
Credentials page. Scroll down until you see the Access
Credentials box, where you can see your Access Key IDs again.
Step 10. Click on the “Show”
link in the “Secret Access Key” column. In
the opened window you shall see your Secret Access Key. Write
it down or save it.
After you have found your AWS Access Key ID and Secret Access
Key, you can add Amazon S3 account to Multcloud easily. Enter
whatever you want for Display Name but the one easy-to-remember first!
Now, enjoy your Amazon S3 account in MultCloud
Besides Clouds mentioned above, MultCloud can support