You can't. I agree that this was a really poor choice for Intel to have made; this port is used by a lot of other services (see https://www.speedguide.net/port.php?port=9001).
You could open a ticket with Intel Customer Support requesting that this port be changed (and, even better, be configurable). Give them a call.
No, no security issues should occur.
Use the following uninstall procedure:
- Uninstall the Intel Graphics package from Apps & Features.
- Run Device Manager,
- If it does not say that an Intel Graphics device is present, go to Step 7.
- Right-click on the entry for the Intel Graphics device, select Uninstall Device, add checkmark to indicate associated software should be deleted and then press Uninstall.
- Go to Step 2.
- Test for port being available.
This is a intel graphics card software related issue on windows 10.
How to fix:
In windows, go to:
- Star menu
- Type: Services:
- Find the service called: "Intel(R) Graphics Command Center Service"
- Rightclick > Properties > Startup type = Disabled
This fixed the problem for me.. (+5 other developers on github) 🙂