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This should work with 2 different Windows accounts (or Windows usernames or profiles or whatever you want to call them). Each has it's own library. But libraries may point to music outside the users User folder that you want to share.
You can do this by doing the following:
In iTunes, create a PlayList called something like "iPhone 1"
Create another called "iPhone 2"
What you call the playlists is not important but you must be able to distinguish between the two and be able to know which playlist is for which iPhone.
Put all the music that you want for iPhone 1 into the iPhone 1 playlist
Repeat for iPhone 2
connecting two iTouches to a single PC
Would that process be essentially the same as what I need to do? to connect two iTouches to a single PC? But I want both to share all the same data...?? Marty
HP laptop, WIN 7, new Dropbox...solve my problem?
If you want them to share the same data
it would work but there would be no need to create the playlists etc.
Unless, of course, you did not want the entire contents of your iTunes library to go to the iPod Touch's.
I don't know why it would be a problem...
... or why you would be required to have two different iTunes accounts to do it. I synch an iPhone and two different iPads to a single computer, all under the same iTunes account. I just set each up to synchronize what I want on them. When I add new apps, I end up having to delete them from devices I don't want them on, but that's it. ITunes remembers the individual machines each time I connect them.
You can configure what apps go on what device
without having to delete them afterwards.