Disabling Shutdown

I want to disable or delete the shutdown in Start Menu in Windows 2000 Professional.  Is this possible?

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Registry method,

Disable/Remove the Shut Down Command
Start / Run / gpedit.msc
Open Local Computer Policy / Computer Configuration / Windows Settings / Security Settings / Local Policies /
 User Rights Assignment / Shut down the system

If you are not on a domain :
Double clic and remove the groups or let the groups who can shut down the system.
If you are on a domain this setting is overwritten by the policy's domain.

The account then can only log off the system.
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