Error: “No privilege is given to access bucket, or the bucket is owned by other AWS account."

SUMMARY

Error: “No privilege is given to access bucket, or the bucket is owned by other AWS account."

RESOLUTION

There are two possible reasons:

  1. The bucket name you specified is already occupied by somebody else.  Note that bucket names are unique across all AWS accounts.  To make sure your bucket name is not already taken, we recommend that you prefix your bucket name with your company name (e.g., ‘unitrends.mybucket’).
  2. You do not have sufficient permissions to access the specified bucket.  In this case, make sure you have full access to s3.  You can check and edit your bucket permissions via the AWS Management Console. See:
    http://docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonS3/latest/UG/EditingBucketPermissions.html

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