I'd like to have a list of my database servers (I am a developer), I currently have a list of RDP files for different machines I connect to. Is there a similar feature in SQL Server Management Studio that would help me go directly to where I need to go without me having to wait for the login screen to pop up and ask me which server I want?
Yes you can use the following command:
ssms.exe -S SERVERNAME -d DATABASENAME -E
You can either run this using run, or put it into a .txt file and change the extension to .bat and run that.
Some more information can be found by runing smss.exe /?:
Usage: ssms.exe [-S server_name[\instance_name]] [-d database] [-U user] [-P password] [-E] [file_name[, file_name]] [/?] [-S The name of the SQL Server instance to which to connect] [-d The name of the SQL Server database to which to connect] [-E] Use Windows Authentication to login to SQL Server [-U The name of the SQL Server login with which to connect] [-P The password associated with the login] [file_name[, file_name]] names of files to load [-nosplash] Supress splash screen [/?] Displays this usage information