How to rename an AWS customer IAM policy?

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I have created a custom IAM policy, now I'm trying to rename it but I cannot find an option for it. The policy was not attached to anything yet. Is it possible to rename it or should I create a new policy with the correct name and delete the old one

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No you cannot rename a policy

The only option you got is

  1. Create new policy

  2. Copy the old policy

  3. Delete the old policy

Hope this helps.

answered Jul 11, 2018 by Priyaj
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