Multiple F-Secure Key instances on the same computer
I should have been more precise when writing my original question
so I write this again with more details.
My wife and I have a shared Windows 10 (home) computer. We both have separate Windows accounts that we use. I am currently using F-secure Key and my wife would like to start to use F-Secure Key as well.
The question is that can F-Secure Key be installed into the computer so that:
- We both have separate instances of F-Secure Key that we manage individually (and of course we have separate Key licenses as well).
- My wife can see only her instance of F-Secure Key and she can sync only her passwords to her devices. In the same way I can see only my instance of F-Secure Key and I can sync only my passwords to my devices.
- I don't have access to my wife's passwords and she don't have access to mine.
If that is possible how should the installation be done? At the moment, my Key is installed into "C:\Program Files (x86)\F-Secure\F-Secure KEY" directory (I think that was the default option). I guess it should be removed and installed under "C:\Users\[my_directory]" directory. And the my wife's instanced would be installed under "C:\Users\[my_wifes_directory]". Is that all that needs to be done or is there something else to consider or setup? Or is it so that this type of two user scenario is not supported?
If the two user scenario is not supported are the any plans to support it? At least for consumer users it is quite common to share a computer with other family members and this type of setup would be very useful.