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Topic # 108758 5-Sep-2012 10:37
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Morning.

Just an heads up that VPP launched in New Zealand last night.
http://www.apple.com/business/vpp/


This should hopefully help eliminate some pain points for larger deployments.

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  Reply # 681663 5-Sep-2012 11:07
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So does one just use the link to enroll in the US programme?

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  Reply # 681670 5-Sep-2012 11:18
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  Reply # 681734 5-Sep-2012 12:27
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Hmmm I log in with my normal username and password and it says you cant use an iTunes account and then you click OK and then it takes me to the store but I cant buy anything or create a new user to use it? What am I doing wrong

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  Reply # 681899 5-Sep-2012 16:20
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  Reply # 682695 7-Sep-2012 09:54
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myopinion: Hmmm I log in with my normal username and password and it says you cant use an iTunes account and then you click OK and then it takes me to the store but I cant buy anything or create a new user to use it? What am I doing wrong


You can't use an iTunes account, just like it said.  That's what you're doing wrong- the Apple ID you try to enrol with must not be associated with the iTunes store.  

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  Reply # 685390 13-Sep-2012 10:08
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Exellent. My organisation just got donated 12 iPads so I've been putting off configuring them as I really cant be bothered to register a unique Apple ID for each device and then configure all the apps and wifi settings. 

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