Currently Being ModeratedNov 27, 2012 10:30 PM (in response to jrhd00d)
I cannot tell you why it is happening but I believe it has something to do with your iTunes purchases and an overzealous checking system. The solution seems to be to quit iTunes, go to Preferences in your Home Library and move the com.apple.iTunes.plist to your desktop. Restart iTunes and if it works, trash the desktop plist.
Macbook Air 13" 1.86 gHz OS X 10.7.5
Message was edited by: Cunnla
Currently Being ModeratedNov 27, 2012 10:50 PM (in response to jrhd00d)
One is to authorize automatic downloads and one is to check for downloads. The reason it happens every time you launch iTunes is because you give iTunes permission to preform these tasks until you end to session (close iTunes). So each time iTunes need permission again. Read the header on the dialogue box next time it happens to confirm this.
Hope that helps clear things up