Answer Best answer as chosen by user Wasabijim
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
Attach one iPhone to the Win7 box<div>When iTunes launches, select the iPhone.
Go to the Music Tab and select Sync Music and Selected playlists, artists, albums, and genres
Now go down the list until you find the playlist called iPhone 1
Put a check mark in it.
iPhone 1 will now sync and ONLY the music that is in the playlist iPhone 1 will be transferred to the iPhone. All other music will be erased from the iPhone.
Now go to the Apps tab and select those apps which you want on iPhone 1. It may well be all of them.
Hit apply and the iPhone will sync.
Repeat the above procedure for iPhone 2 and from then on you will both be able to use the same library without getting each others music.
All you have to do is remember to put any new music into the relevant playlist.
The reason, when using two separate Windows accounts, that the second user does not have access to the music library is because the original library is inside the first user account and is not accessible without making sure you have the correct permissions to access it.
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