Disable CTRL+ALT+DEL reboots

I attempted to search for a topic on disabling the CTRL+ALT+DEL to soft reboot the system.
In the Debian environment, one would edit the /etc/inittab file.
In Turnkey, I was unable to locate this file.
Is there a way that I could disable this?

I have accidently rebooted the computer on a number of occasions as I switch between terminals, and working a lot with Windows.
It would be nice to either get prompted to enter a password, or have a bail-out option instead.

Thanks in advance.

Have you tried this?

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Thanks for the quick response!
That solution worked for my needs.
It stated that it doesn’t disable it, but needs to repeatedly press CAD 7 times I a 2 second window to reboot.
Plenty of times before I accidently boot everybody off my server.

Thanks again!