I have seen what Kimzi is referring to and it does sound like what you are looking for.
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You can do this by using plugins on your pc, such as Stylish for Firefox.
With this program you can code an CSS/HTML-file that you force ontop of the design, you can actually hide everything this way if needed.
You cannot do this on the printer, which means you will need to have the plugin on every computer.
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Centreware internet services are comes with printer, as per the documentation it says each printer comes with the webserver in it. So changes you wanna do it on printer level data, I hope this is possible but some one from fuji can answer this well as they are the gurus. Identify the page name that you dont want to display, then remove or comment that link in the website.
Is there any way to remove / disable some of the information available via Centreware IS web interface? Under the status tab you can view a lot of detail information especially under the configuration reports. How do you lock down or remove this information while still allowing for printing via http, port 80?