How to disable command prompt for non-admins on windows 2003?

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Windows Server 2003
Windows Server 2008
My environment has a requirement that the command prompt be disabled for any non-administrator users. This is easy to do in Windows 2008 with a local policy via the MMC, as per instructions from maxvre here: http://www.edugeek.net/forums/windows-7/67055-blocking-command-prompt.   I cannot figure out how to do the same thing in Windows 2003 SP2. The options are not in the dialog boxes to create a policy just for non-administrators.   Does anybody out there know how I can disable the command prompt for all non-administrators, leaving it available to administrators, on Windows 2003 SP2?   Thanks, Codger101

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windows 2003 SP2

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