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Using Action Blocks to Populate an Encrypted AWS Key
Using Action Blocks to Populate an Encrypted AWS Key

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Using Action Blocks to Populate an Encrypted AWS Key

This Quick Tip video demonstrates how to use Action Blocks to Populate an Encrypted AWS Key. 

"This Quick Tip video demonstrates how to use Action Blocks to Populate an Encrypted AWS Key.
In v. 10.1, The UI within a One-Step designer in the Admin Client and Rich Client was modified to use an Action Block to be created and added as a Category within the One-Step Toolbox."

Emily Pace Emily Pace is currently a Sr. Product Owner at Cherwell Software. She brings 4 years of Systems Engineering experience with expertise to include user experience, technical requirements, technical documentation, customer relation, and project management. Emily’s role on the Application Development team is to deliver best practice Out of the Box Content, to include CSM bug fixes and enhancements. She is also a member of the Application Development Integration team where she helps create third party integration CSM mApps. Emily graduated from the University of Colorado at Boulder with a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Mathematics.

Upon completion of this video, you will be able to use Action Blocks to Populate an Encrypted AWS Key.