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CharlesWood

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How can I remove a network (tcp/ip) printer port in windows 7?
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Ztruker

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Can you explain a bit more what you mean? Are you talking about the choices you are given when adding a printer or changing the printer properties?

Edit: If this is what you want:

There is an easier way. Please:

1. Launch Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Devices and Printers
2. Click on any of the listed printers.
3. Click “Printer server properties”.
4. Click the Ports tab.
5. Select the port and click “Delete port”.
Arthur Xie - MSFT

Found here: How to delete unwanted TCP/IP Printer Ports
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Thank you !
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