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fix my delete of Custom Properties TODO example

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eightnoneone committed Dec 20, 2018
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  1. +7 −0 Dynamic Folder/Amazon Web Services/EC2/AWS EC2 (Python).rdfe
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"Type": "DynamicFolder",
"Name": "AWS EC2 (Python)",
"Notes": "<h2><strong>Dynamic Folder sample for Amazon Web Services (AWS) EC2</strong></h2>\n\n<p><strong>Version</strong>: 1.0<br />\n<strong>Author</strong>: Royal Applications</p>\n\n<p>This Dynamic Folder sample for AWS EC2 supports grabbing all EC2 instances of a specified region.</p>\n\n<h3><strong>Prerequisites</strong></h3>\n\n<ul>\n\t<li>AWS Command Line Interface (CLI) needs to be installed and configured.</li>\n</ul>\n\n<h3><strong>Setup</strong></h3>\n\n<ul>\n\t<li>Enter the region that you want to grab instances from in the &quot;Region&quot; field in the &quot;Custom Properties&quot; section or leave it as an empty string if you configured the AWS CLI with a default region.</li>\n</ul>\n\n<h3><strong>Notes</strong></h3>\n\n<ul>\n\t<li>While the provided script sets the username of created connections, the password will always be empty. There are multiple different ways to solve this. For instance, you could assign a credential to this dynamic folder and change the script to reference credentials from parent folder. Alternatively, you may also just use &quot;Connect with Options - Prompt for Credentials&quot; when establishing a connection.</li>\n</ul>\n",
"CustomProperties": [
"Name": "Region",
"Type": "Text",
"Value": "TODO"
"ScriptInterpreter": "python",
"DynamicCredentialScriptInterpreter": "json",
"DynamicCredentialScript": "{\n\t\"Username\": \"user\",\n\t\"Password\": \"pass\"\n}",

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