X and Y both have Ipods, and only have one PC. X hates Y's death metal, and Y hates X's boy band nonsense. If both Ipods are synced to the same machine, ITunes puts all of X's stuff and all of Y's stuff onto both players, and so on.
Bascially, they want to have 2 seperate libraries, one for each player, on the same machine.
Now, is it possible to sign users in and out in Itunes and it update the Ipods accordingly? I know that you can sign in and out of the shop, but I think that it still uses the same library irrespective of who is signed in.
Is it possible to partition the drive and have X's stuff, with a full Itunes install, on drive C, and Y's stuff, with it's own Itunes install, on drive D?
The users in question want to stick with Itunes, for reasons that escape me, so more helpful software is out of the question.
Google has not been my friend on this! The Itunes support seems to suggest that each time they update, they MANUALLY select which songs they want to be on their respective Ipods; that could get very time consuming!
Any help would be gratefully received.