Disable Print Option ( ALT+P and CTRL+P) from IBM Daeja ViewOne Virtual

Hi ,

I need help to disable document Print Option ( ALT+P and CTRL+P) for ICN 3.0.2 ( IBM Daeja ViewOne Virtual 5.0.2) . I configured almost all configuration parameter related to Print option and restarted server. Post restart Print Icon disable but still ALT+P and/OR CTRL+P option is working .

Let me know how can avoid or fix this !!

Thanks,
Ahmad

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