i found this way but can't found the plcae where i can do it
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Dec 06, 2017 Question: How can I disable URL:Dialing?
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the basic syntax could be something like this:
<feature feature.urlDialing.enabled="0" />
If you have a "features" section you could add it in there. Depending on what kind of switch and filename structure you use, it should either go in a "features.cfg" or if you have something like phone[mac].cfg put it in there towards the top using the exact code I put above.
I deploy this all the time because we don't support the URL dialing, and removing makes the Transfer type choice into a binary toggle during the transfer.
Good luck! (oh, and to speak to your picture, disabling this doesn't just disable outbound calls in URL format, it will also fix what you're seeing on some inbound calls.)