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My TV is a 4K 55" 2019, I have been trying to disable this feature but someone not from my house is always trying to connect to the tv via Screen Share, which makes a popup message to show up, and I have to deny over and over. How I can disable this annoying feature?? The TV has webOS 4.7, 

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