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How to disable specified port?
How to disable specified protocol (TCP/IP)?
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If you make a program that listens on that port then it take ownership of that then no other program can use it.

disabling a protocol can be hard. when you install a protocol it binds to an adaptor. The only way I can think of would need a reboot after and to be honest you would be better just to de-install it.
What operating system? at what point do you want to disable it?
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