After a message from iTunes telling me to change the firewall settings when I use AirTunes, which I did according to this, I always get an annoying prompt. It happens each time I start iTunes and gives off a Vista-like character saying 'Allow or Deny'. Apparently this is due to the OS X firewall being enabled and in conflict with iTunes in some way. Some other posts I found around the 'interweb' on this claimed that iTunes shouldn't be added in the Security, Firewall panel of System Preferences. I had no recollection of adding iTunes to that panel, but went and checked just to be sure. And there it was, iTunes had magically appeared by itself in 'Set access for...'. I removed it and tried to start iTunes again. No prompt, good I thought, fixed it. Restarted iTunes a second time just to be sure and boom, 'Allow or Deny' was back. How can I stop this merry go-around between iTunes, AirTunes and the OS X firewall? It's annoying as hell having to see that prompt every time I go into iTunes since I have an iPhone as well, making the iTunes visits extra frequent. Can anyone help share some light as to why iTunes keep re-adding itself on the Security, Firewall panel again and again, thus making the 'Allow or Deny' prompt reappear? Thanks!