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Httpd.conf parameter question?

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So that I could run IIS and Apache on the same system, I changed the "Listen" port to 8000 in the httpd.conf file.  My question is (and I cannot confirm this with Apache's documentation) do I also need to change the parameter line for "ServerName Localhost:80" to Localhost:8000?
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