Should I write "You are not authorised to change other users passwords" or "You are not authorised to change other user's password"? Which is correct?
closed as off-topic by Pitarou, Andrew Leach♦ Oct 6 '14 at 11:54
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Other users is plural. In this sentence, it needs to be possessive. The correct form would be
You are not authorised to change other users' passwords.
If it were singular, it would be another user's password