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Started by Natasha JonesSep 23, 2021

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SQL Server Create Date From TSQL

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Basically, I am looking for a way to pull the date that the SQL instance was created, using TSQL, ie a CreateDate for the server itself. I could find nothing in the docs or the site. I know I can go scrolling through the system to find a date in the file system, but thought that their might be a way to do it as easily as I can for sys.objects. I thought that maybe I could use a CreateDate off of a table in master or msdb, but that seems to be the date that MS created those. I am running 2019. Any suggestion would be helpful.

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