Hi.. One of my office employee started studying Objective-C and since he has no MAC, he wants to do his tests on my macbook. I have got very delicate contents , apps and information on my macbook. What I would like to do is, password protect the whole home folder, with just public access to one folder (so he can save his xcode documents there). And also password protect a lot of apps, so if he tries to open, it will prompt for password. So, how do we do that ? Multiple user account is not a solution, since I already tried that , and in there, the spotlight search, xcode and finder view doesnt work at all. Crap!