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Re-ordering the Left Hand Pane of Remote Desktops MMC

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Is there a way to re-order(Alphabetically or Numerically) the Left Hand Pane of the Remote Desktops MMC.
 
This MMC is extremely useful, but becomes difficult to use when I have alot of Servers names in the left hand pane. There must be a way to do it, so come on all you Experts, help me out here :))  I don't mind how difficult the solution is, just as long as I only have to do it once!!

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Check this out

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Operating_Systems/Windows_Server_2003/Q_21369334.html

Surely will resolve your issue

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Unfortunately, in the Console Tree pane, the servers are listed in the order they were added. So you have two choices. Hide the Console tree then sort the details pane. Or create a new mmc and add the servers one at a time in the order you want. Sorry I can't give you better news.
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