I have been through all the troubleshooting tips but nothing things to work. They say to add iTunes to the firewall, but it is impossible to do that now. iTunes gets installed by the Microsoft store now and it is placed in a protected folder that I am not allowed access to, even if I say give it to me. And it won't let it even add it to the firewall because I don't have access. Denied. Denied. Denied.
I see that the iTunes app is listed in listed in Webroot in the active connections in that protected location. But it is not listed as far as I can tell in the Windows firewall. Should that matter?
When I highlight the entry in Webroot under active connections, there will be some entries in the window below...like listening for 5 minutes. A couple of times now, I have noticed that when I have the entry selected, htat suddenly the itunes store will start to load. Maybe it's just a coincidence, or maybe webroot isn't allowing the connection for some reason? Or really monitoring it for some reason and slowing it down.
I just tried installing itunes on my second machine. This is the first time itunes has been on it, but the same thing happens. Impossibly slow connection.
Anyway to test if Webroot is blocking the store for some reason?
I don't seem to be having trouble with anything but the itunes store.
Just wanted to add that I upgraded to Windows 10 1903. But it was doing this under the previous build too. Just slarted in the past week.
Best answer by Kev914View original