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Need to Block Port 5070 on individual computers

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I need to block Port 5070 on selected computers and I don't have any idea how.   I did not want to do it on the firewall.   Only on the pc.   Can anyone give me directions on how to do this?   Can I use the Windows firewall on the pc?
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