troubleshooting Question

Must block Calander access yet keep the user an admin

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When the user wants to check on future dates, they double click on the status bar clock, and browse the calendar. Unfortunately they close the dialog pressing "OK" instead of "CANCEL", and the system date changes. I need a way to disable the "OK" button on that dialog (that would be best), or disable the dialog altogether (I know how to hide the clock, but they would just as easily enable it back).
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