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> Here's a kind of interesting one:
> Do you "restrict access of reports to authorized users," or
> do you "restrict access of reports to unauthorized users"?
> Or does it even make a difference? I can make an argument
> for it being correct either way. It probably comes down to
> "restrict to" versus "restrict from."
In either case, I'd probably "restrict access _to_ reports...". But
ultimately, I'd try to reword depending on the point of the sentence.
Unauthorized uses have only restricted access to reports.
Access to reports is restricted to authorized users.
Off the top of my head...
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