This policy setting determines whether users can create global objects that are available to all sessions. Users can still create objects that are specific to their own session if they do not have this user right. Users who can create global objects could affect processes that run under other users' sessions. This capability could lead to a variety of problems, such as application failure or data corruption. The recommended state for this setting is: Administrators, LOCAL SERVICE, NETWORK SERVICE, SERVICE. Rationale: Users who can create global objects could affect Windows services and processes that run under other user or system accounts. This capability could lead to a variety of problems, such as application failure, data corruption and elevation of privilege. Impact: None - this is the default behavior.
To establish the recommended configuration, set the following Device Configuration Policy to Administrators, LOCAL SERVICE, NETWORK SERVICE, SERVICE: To access the Device Configuration Policy from the Intune Home page: Click Devices Click Configuration profiles Click Create profile Select the platform (Windows 10 and later) Select the profile (Custom) Click Create Enter a Name Click Next Configure the following Setting Name: <Enter name> Description: <Enter Description> OMA-URI: ./Device/Vendor/MSFT/Policy/Config/UserRights/CreateGlobalObjects Data type: String Value: Administrators, LOCAL SERVICE, NETWORK SERVICE, SERVICE Note: When there is more than one value that needs to be entered (ex: Guests, Administrator), the XML value of will need to be converted to US-ASCII to separate the values in the Value field of the Custom Device Configuration Policy. This value should convert to a square with a question mark in it (). Please note that when copied from the converter to Intune a square will appear, but the value will still work. Also note that this value cannot be copied from sources like Microsoft Word. We recommend that the value be copied and used directly from the converter. Select OK Continue through the Wizard to complete the creation of the profile (profile assignments, applicability etc.) Note #2: More than one configuration setting from each of the Configuration profiles (ex: Administrative Templates, Custom etc.) can be added to each Device Configuration Policy. Note #3: The following link is an alternative way to set the 'User Rights Assignment' section. Policy CSP - UserRights - Windows Client Management | Microsoft Docs Default Value: Administrators, LOCAL SERVICE, NETWORK SERVICE, SERVICE.