0 Replies Latest reply: Feb 13, 2013 9:09 PM by frogonoboe
frogonoboe Level 1 (0 points)

I teach music in an elementary school and I have several Macs on which my students run

Music Education programs.  However, because the school restricts internet action, continually have

students stymied by this message because it interrupts whatever software they are trying to use. 

Some of these kids are young and the message doesn't make sense to them and they just stop working.


It seems to me that I should have control over whether my computers interact with the Store or not, or at least on

my terms.  It even bothers me when I'm trying to demonstrate something on my computer and the message pops up and I have to interrupt

my flow and click it out!  It doesn't seem like it would be, but it is a significant distraction.


I currently buy almost all my music from iTunes, for school and personal use and it is a significant amount in terms of my

budget.  I would greatly appreciate a solution to this problem.


Thanks a million,


MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.1), 13" 4 GB 2.3 GHz