When you create a account AWS Organizations or sometimes create a account and when the account setup is not finished and later added into an organization via invite. You face permission errors- such as:
Common Error : The AWS Access Key Id needs a subscription for the service
RDS: The AWS Access Key Id needs a subscription for the service
Route53: Sorry, you do not have sufficient permissions to execute this action.
EC2: You must sign up for Amazon EC2 before you can use the Amazon EC2 Console.
Your AWS account is not activated yet. In some cases, the process of activating your services can take up to 24 hours.
Open the account that has the issues, Do not use the role switching. Login to the ROOT user.
When you created your AWS account, all available services at that time were activated. However, as new services are released, they aren’t automatically put into an active state without your permission. You must subscribe to each service individually as they are released.
To activate all existing services and new services as they are released, to update your account subscription please go to the following link
The best way to get started with AWS CloudFormation is to work through the Getting Started Guide, part of our technical documentation:
Within a few minutes, you’ll be able to create a stack using one of the supplied sample templates or use the sample templates to create your own template. You can see the list of sample templates here: