Disable notifications at Startup [20.04]

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I am going ahead and asking this question a second time because it was not actually answered and the answer isn’t what I was looking for.
When you boot up Ubuntu, notifications will come in even if you disable them in settings
I want to disable all notifications, or find a way to stop this notification. The notification in question is a printer notification.
The answer I was given in a previous post linked to a similar issue that solves it by disabling printer auto-discovery, which I don’t want to do. I want to turn off the notification, not the printer software!
One way I was thinking could solve this would be to somehow prevent the cups service from starting until I log into the computer, so that notification being disabled actually is honored. Like I said, disabling the notification in settings is completely ignored at bootup.
P.S. If someone marks your question as a duplicate, can you undo that? because it was marked as answered even though it wasn’t!

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