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SQL Server Organize Databases in Folders Much Like 'System Databases' are Organized

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Is there a way to organized databases in SQL Server much like the standard 'System Databases'.  Please see screen shot.  What I would like to do is create a sub folder called Sharepoint and place Sharepoint related databases in this folder.
Thanks in advance,
Terry

 'System Databases' sub folder in SQL Server
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 500 total points
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unfortunately, this is not possible (yet)
I hope for that myself (also for tables ... )
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Tables within the database can be organized by assigning different schemas. Unfortunately, you can't do this with databases. I agree it would be very handy in severs with many databases.
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