Configuring Elastic Beanstalk applications using the CLI

We will resolve the issues that still exist with our application shortly, but in order do so we are going to use the Elastic Beanstalk CLI to continue configuring our application and address these issues.

Before we start using the Elastic Beanstalk CLI, it is important to understand that the current version of this application does have some challenges when interacting with the multi-factor authentication (MFA) requirements we introduced for all console and API access in earlier chapters. If you continue to use MFA, you will notice that you are prompted each and every time you execute an Elastic Beanstalk CLI command. 

To work around this, we can temporarily remove the MFA requirement ...

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