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Hi, is it possible to determine when a tenant was created ?
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Hmmm, no answers yet.
Does anyone know that it is not possible to detect when a tenant was created ?

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I found a setting in the Teams dashboard that indicates a creation date of an organisation.

https://admin.teams.microsoft.com/dashboard

Not checked against AAD/ MSOL as of yet.


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Thanks Joe.
Unfortunately, we don't have a Teams license for those tenants yet. [frown]

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Apply a trial E3 or similar license.
We have found that adding temp licenses or 1 license can open many doors.

Also run this against the first Global Admin (account if it still exists) or all accounts and find the oldest?
Get-MsolUser | Select-Object UserPrincipalName, WhenCreated | FT -AutoSize



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Since I am a SharePoint addict ... that could give you a clue too.  
Go to Admin Center > SharePoint > (if necessary switch to the "new" admin center) > Active Sites
Sort the listing of site collections so that your root sharepoint.com is at the top (no /sites/sitename behind it)
You should be able to find a value for the date created in the column there 





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Hi Joe, thanks for the suggestion. I will try that.
@ Lady Anne MCSE, also thanks. But we don't have SP at this moment.

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This one did it:

Connect-AzureAD      #have to authenticate with MFA
$USER=Get-AzureADUser -ObjectId FirstAccount@MyTenantName.onmicrosoft.com
($user.ExtensionProperty).createdDateTime

Thanks all for the help.

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