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Opening ports in Windows 2003 server

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I need to open a bunch of ports in order to use a Videoconferencing system on my server. However, i can't find a way to do it. It is ports 52000 to 52999 so it would be nice if it is possble to open a range.
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Is advance TCP/IP Settings for TCP/IP filtering not what you need?
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If you are unable to connect to ports over 5000 check this link
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;196271&Product=win2000
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