Fabio, you wrote to "right click the driver/printer , choose properties..."
I specificallly wrote that this is a Mac, and the feature of right-clicking a file to choose properties is specific to Windows.
I found the fix for you! (and anyone else looking for the fix)
The print confirmation dialog is generated by an older app called PrintingScout. It invokes the service XPSLauncher, which is what causes the dialog to pop up. You can safely delete the folder at this location: /Applications/Xerox/
Great junior! There suppose to be a normal way to shut it down but this works for now. Thanks! Did I say thanks? Thanks again!