I get this weird error message after reinstalling Mac OS X on my Macbook Air
These apps cannot be accepted by your Apple ID. These apps were recently assigned to another Apple ID, and they will be available in that Apple ID's Purchase list. If you don't have access to that Apple ID and want to receive future updates, you will need to purchase the application.
I don’t even know what these apps are, I've never used them, although I might one day.
I’ve got one other machine, which I bought myself—the MacBook Air is for work—and I sign into the app store on my account; I buy software and expense it.
But the error seems strange and the update behavior seems a bit wrong. As you can see I've already upgraded to Yosemite, yet the app store is getting busy, downloading all 5GB of the update all over again.
I've seen some really strange behavior with the app store over the last while so I'm curious if this is a bug, or just some policy I don't understand or am unaware of.
Any ideas appreciated, thanks!
It's was just a glitch in the App store, the applications had been installed, it seems one hand doesn't know what the other is doing.