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Registry Tweak for Different Port for FTP on Windows Server 2003

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Can someone point me to the registry tweak to change the port numbers from the default values of 20 and 21 on a Windows Server 2003 box?
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You can set FTP port to whatever number using IIS Admin
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Easy peasy.  Thanks.
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