vSphere 4.1 Drag-n-Drop Distributed Virtual Switch to a Different Datacenter

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Hello...I have a distributed virtual switch (dVS) which is associated with datacenter A. Just created datacenter B within the same vCenter domain, and would like to copy, move, or drag-n-drop the dVS in datacenter A to the new datacenter B. This would save me the trouble of recreating this dVS, which contains over twenty VLANs (Port Groups). No VMs are currently connected to the dVS in datacenter A. So far, all attempts to drag-n-drop the dVS have failed, so maybe I am trying to do something illegal? Is there a way to do this, or must I create a new dVS within datacenter B? Thanks for your time and help!

Software/Hardware used:
VMware ESXi vSphere 4.1

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