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Does someone know how can I set yahoo messenger to be inaccessible for a user on a Mac running Tiger, or Leopard?

The issue is at my workplace where I don't want people to be able to use yahoo messenger application. The problem is like this: if I uninstall it from a user with admin privileges than the normal user can download it and mount the application and execute it. He doesn't need to drag it to the applications folder to use it.
Does someone know how can I stop this?

It would be nice if I could make yahoo messenger inaccessible for a admin account also, because some users have admin privileges cause they use final cut and stuff, but I don't want them to have yahoo messenger.

Thank you, your help is much appreciated.