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Every time I open up iTunes it asks me to chose to allow or deny the application access to incoming connections. I have tried to remove it from the list
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    Default Itunes keeps asking to allow incoming network connections
    Every time I open up iTunes it asks me to chose to allow or deny the application access to incoming connections. I have tried to remove it from the list in the firewall preference panes. But it always pops up. Any ideas??
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    i know same thing happens to me
    its really annoying to click

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    same problem for me. apparentally its because we modified a file in iTunes so its no longer signed or something?
    im getting it because i have disabled automatic backup in iTunes

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    Anybody using CleanMyMac app? I think that may be the cause. It happens when you slim the data, like take out the extra code.

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    I do use the CleanMyMac app now that you mention it and I have used to it remove system junk and universal binaries. Is there any way to go in and either fix or replace the file that was damaged or removed?

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    I think you can reinstall iTunes to fix it. Just be sure to uncheck it when you run cleaning on CleanMyMac.

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