Ask your system administrator to provide you the station lock code. Then, use this code to lock the station. Suppose the feature code for station lock is *23, then press *23#<your extension password> to lock your station.
Using the station unlock code, will unlock the station. E.g. suppose *24 is the code for station unlock, then pressing *24 will unlock the extension.
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I'm not quite clear on your problem. But I think what your describing would be difficult to archive. That's if I understand you correctly!
Perhaps what you might want to consider is this sort of device. It allows to normal (PSTN) telephones to be used as either SIP (VoIP) or as normal PSTN telephones. It does not require a PC once it's been set-up.