Currently Being ModeratedNov 14, 2012 5:10 AM (in response to Zot Verot)
Ok, let's try this again. Unfortunately it seems to be impossible to edit your own entry which is bit weird (this is 2012 isn't it? -- Ah.. it depends on the browser one is using).
Anyway, this is what I ran into:
I protected the iPhone via passcode and therefore restrict access.
After connecting the iPhone for the first time to my computer I'm asked to enter the code so it can access the protected data.
That's fine, but now I need to revoke the clearance for this computer to access the iPhone.
And what got me nervous is that after creating a new user account on a Windows 7 machine and fireing up iTunes it could access my data as well. That seems to be a major security problem.
Anyone can help me with this?
Currently Being ModeratedNov 14, 2012 5:53 AM (in response to Zot Verot)
No security flaw... regardless of the User that is logged into the computer, if accessing the same iTunes library it's the same iTunes library.
Why do you want/need to restrict access to this iPhone from iTunes?
Simply do not leave it plugged in when you don't want it accessed.
It is unclear what the intentions are. If more detail is provided, maybe another solution can be offered.