Itunes install uninstall problems

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I clicked on itunes this am like I always do and received a message that Apple Applicaiton Support was not found. Please uninstall iTunes, then reinstall again. When i tried to uninstall itunes, the computer said 1) "system administrator has set policies to prevent installation" followed by another message that said 2) you do not have sufficient access to uninstall iTunes. Please contact the system administrator". What does this mean and what do I do?
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  1. That means someone with administrative account has to log in and do the uninstall/install.
  2. mhaleyeg said:
    Hello,
    I clicked on itunes this am like I always do and received a message that Apple Applicaiton Support was not found. Please uninstall iTunes, then reinstall again. When i tried to uninstall itunes, the computer said 1) "system administrator has set policies to prevent installation" followed by another message that said 2) you do not have sufficient access to uninstall iTunes. Please contact the system administrator". What does this mean and what do I do?

    ^^ . Who is the owner?
    You should have an admin acc for this..
  3. That's a good procedure - logging in on a non-administrator account. Well you can ask the owner of the computer to install the updates for you or give you access to an administrator account temporarily.
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