Here's a scenario: We bought a bunch of iPads for users. When we first got them, we logged them in as a generic iTunes account we created (let's call it firstname.lastname@example.org), so we could download some apps that we wanted preinstalled for these people. When we gave the iPads to the users, we had them create their own iTunes logons, and logon to the iTunes store on the iPad (let's call one of the users email@example.com). The problem now is that when they want to update the apps that we installed as firstname.lastname@example.org, it wants the password for email@example.com (which they cannot have), even though the iPad is now logged into the store as firstname.lastname@example.org. What we'd like is even though it was originally installed under a different logon, for the new logon to take responsibility for updating the app. Is this possible, or is the only choice to delete the app, and reinstall as the new user? In case it matters, these are FREE apps that we downloaded. The reason we're looking to get away with not having to uninstall and reinstall, is that the people using these iPads are not exactly tech-people. We were trying to keep it as easy as possible, but it looks like we may have unintentionally screwed ourselves by doing it this way. Any input would be appreciated!