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How to determine from which image a virtual machine was deployed?

I have a virtual machine running RedHat 7.3, I would like to see which image was used to deploy it.

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It's easy to forget what base or image you used to create your VM, especially if it's been a while since the VM was deployed. To find out which base/image was used for your deployed virtual machine:

  1. In your DevTest Labs resource group, navigate to the VM you are interested in

  2. In the upper right, you'll see the base that was used

  3. Click on "JSON View" in the upper right

  4. Under "properties", look for "galleryImageReference" for the image that was used


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