Use AdminSetUserPassword with an Amazon SDK or CLI - Amazon Cognito
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Use AdminSetUserPassword with an Amazon SDK or CLI

The following code example shows how to use AdminSetUserPassword.

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type CognitoActions struct { CognitoClient *cognitoidentityprovider.Client } // AdminSetUserPassword uses administrator credentials to set a password for a user without requiring a // temporary password. func (actor CognitoActions) AdminSetUserPassword(userPoolId string, userName string, password string) error { _, err := actor.CognitoClient.AdminSetUserPassword(context.TODO(), &cognitoidentityprovider.AdminSetUserPasswordInput{ Password: aws.String(password), UserPoolId: aws.String(userPoolId), Username: aws.String(userName), Permanent: true, }) if err != nil { var invalidPassword *types.InvalidPasswordException if errors.As(err, &invalidPassword) { log.Println(*invalidPassword.Message) } else { log.Printf("Couldn't set password for user %v. Here's why: %v\n", userName, err) } } return err }

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