The SETPRV privilege lets the user's process
create processes whose privileges are greater than its own either
by executing the Create Process ($CREPRC) system service with an optional
argument or by issuing the DCL command RUN to create a process. A
process with this privilege can also execute the DCL command SET PROCESS/PRIVILEGES
to obtain any desired privilege.
Exercise the same caution in granting SETPRV as
in granting any other privilege because SETPRV lets a process enable
any or all privileges.