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Can I retire packages or hide them?

Posted on 2008-10-29
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I have several packages on my SMS 2003 server I no longer need/use.  Is there a way I can remove them from view in the packages list?  I'd rather not delete them.  Maybe hide them, or change the color of the package or something.  Prefer to remove from the list, but wondering what my options are (if any)?  

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You can make folders and then move old packages to the folder.  Right click on packages, go to New>Folder.
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