Can't ID build date for Azure virtual machines

Hi all.

I'm looking for a one liner or script I can use to pull the creation date of VMs inside of Azure. Any ideas?
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Jay ThomasAsked:
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Binu B KCloud/Azure Infrastructure ConsultantCommented:
VM object seems to be not exposing the creation Time.
The best way could be to query the OS disk creation time
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Jay ThomasAuthor Commented:
I did think about that but too many disks to be honest. There doesn't appear to be a simple way to do this which is a bit odd if you ask me.
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Binu B KCloud/Azure Infrastructure ConsultantCommented:
I would look for OS disks. There are scripts available to look at OS disk creation time. See one below
https://savilltech.com/2018/02/13/checking-the-creation-time-of-an-azure-iaas-vm/
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