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Always Asked to Configure Firewall for iTunes

Every time I open iTunes (version 10.6) I'm asked "Do you want the application “” to accept incoming network connections?"

If I reply 'allow', iTunes works normally. (Except that I'm asked the same question again next time I launch iTunes.) If I choose 'deny' I get a similar dialog box asking me to attend to my Firewall settings the next time I open iTunes.

I've already added it to the list of apps which, under Firewall settings, are allowed to accept incoming network connections. I've tried removing and adding it again to no avail.

How can I stop this dialog box holding up the launch of iTunes?

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marked as duplicate by Nathan Greenstein Sep 19 '12 at 1:09

This question was marked as an exact duplicate of an existing question.

I'd suggest double checking all steps have been followed at:

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