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A friend guessed my iTunes password and turned on Home Sharing through iTunes. I unknowingly logged in looking for some information, this re-associated my password with my friend's email address. I found some information about de-authorizing a computer, but it looks like this would remove my access to my iTunes account, not my friend's. Please, can anyone help me fix this issue?

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You call that a friend... ;-)) – Wolf Sep 24 '09 at 9:47

You can just de-authorize all computers, and then re-authorize your own computer.

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if you go to the advanced tab you can deactivate all home sharing.

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