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zeronine asked ·

Azure AD Device Registered Column

I cannot find any way to export the registered date from AAD using any Powershell commandlets.

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amanpreetsingh-msft answered ·

Hi @zeronine,

Unfortunately this is not possible as of now.

Device CreationTime is stored in deviceSystemMetadata and deviceKey attributes of the device, which are not exposed via Graph API version (api-version=1.6) used by PowerShell. This information is exposed via Graph API (api-version=1.61-internal), which is used by Azure Portal. This is why you can see the CreationTime on Azure Portal but not via PowerShell.

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JaiVerma-7010 answered ·

You can look into Azure AD Audit logs and can track date of registration.

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