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Hi -

I recently did a mass-uninstall of "unauthorized" versions of iTunes in my domain, and so far have found a couple versions which had no uninstall strings and were marked as "systemcomponent" (so as not to appear in ARP), and therefore got missed in my first pass. I get my ProductCodes from ARP uninstall values.

Versions 4.6.0.15 and 4.7.0.42, both about 2 years old.

Can anybody think of any legitimate reason why these would be marked as systemcomponents? I know of no authorized software on our systems that have iTunes as a legitimate co-requisite.

Does anyone know of any other versions of Windows software from Apple that are also, ah, "canny" in this way?
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Could this have something to do with Apple forcing you to install QuickTime with iTunes at about that time? The installers were bundled together.
Answered 11/21/2006 by: turbokitty
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