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how do you block port 443 in win2k3 server?

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I need to temporarily block port 443 in win2k3 server.  How do you do this?
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Go to the nerowrk card TCIP/IP properties options enable TCP/IP filtering and add the ports which you want to open.
Also you can try windows firewall service and blocking the ports.
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THx, let me give that a shot.  on the win firewall service, do you create the exception then just uncheck it and reboot?

thx again,
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