For security reasons it’s wise to not work on an Administrator account during your daily work and/or entertainment. In the following steps will be explained how to create a new (limited) user which also has permission to shutdown the computer.
5. If you selected Standard User as level of access, you have to give non-Administrator users permission to shutdown the PC. To do this click Run in the menu Start, then type gpedit.msc and click OK. In the Local Group Policy Editor browse to Computer Configuration -> Windows Settings -> Security Settings -> Local Policies -> User Rights Assignment. In the right pane scroll to Shut down the system.
7. Enter INTERACTIVE to give all users which can login into the Windows Desktop permission to shut down. If you don’t want to allow all interactive users to shutdown the pc you can also enter the username of the user you want to give permission to shut down. After entering the group or username click OK twice to save the Shutdown policy change.
Permission to burn CDs and DVDs