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disable burn feature in XP with admin only access to burn

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I have a closed system in which i need to disable the burn feature ability for burning disks.  The catch is I need to be able to burn the disk using admin accounts only.  no server is connected and it is a standalone XP SP3 pro system.  Any ideas?
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