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AWS SSO Identity Store

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Version: 2020-06-15


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Description

The AWS Single Sign-On (SSO) Identity Store service provides a single place to retrieve all of your identities (users and groups). For more information about AWS, see the AWS Single Sign-On User Guide.

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