How can I eliminate the time zone in the printed version of ical.

How can I eliminate the time zone in the printed version of ical.
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There is no native way to do this.

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  • Change the Time Zone???

          I need to change the System Time Zone to all the users in the XI environment but I don't remember how is the process...
    Someone can explain me how is it?

    Hi Hetal,
          Thanks for ur fast response but the problem is not the Time Zone in the server (UNIX), is in the application. I remember that I need to go to IMG --> General Settings --> Time Zones but I don't know if I need to do something more to assign the TZ to all the users in the system.

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