I had the same problem, but I looked it up and I fond it
Go in Control Panel - Printers - and right click in a white area - Run as
administrator - Server Properties - and under the Ports tab you should find
the port you don't want and .... delete
> Hey Yall
> I posted this over at annoyances, and had a few responses, but nothing
> that actually worked. I was hoping that maybe I would get a few more
> responses over here.
> I have a Vista Home box that had a printer setup on \\Server\Printer.
> The printer was removed, and now when I try to re-add the printer, the
> port is not listed. I go thru add local port, type in \\Server\Printer
> and I get a message that says: Local Port Port \\Server\Printer already
> exists. I remember in XP and 2K, there was a reg key that held these
> ports, but I am unable to find anything like that in Vista. Anyone got
> any ideas of how to get rid of the port that doesnt seem to exist?
> Thanks Greg