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how does one turn off tcp and udp ports for security reasons?

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This is a LAN printer and has security issues. Can anyone please tell me how to shut off the following ports?? 280/tcp, 443/tcp, 631/tcp, 7627/tcp, 80/tcp, 2049/udp. I can get tot the printer through IE using it's IP Thanks!!
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arnold earned 750 total points
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Configure Jet direct to limit access.  You can also configure/limit which services are available on the jet direct.
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Incase you have a firewall you can stop these ports on the Firewall level and if you want to block them in a PC then you can turn the Windows Firewall option ON and then block these ports.
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