Jul 20, 2011 iTunes is available as a free download for Mac OS X v10.4 or later and Windows XP or later from Apple's website. Older versions are available for Mac OS 9, Mac OS X v10.0-10.3, and Windows 2000.
Itunes 11.0 Windows
I found this at Appdeploy: http://www.appdeploy.com/packages/detail.asp?id=1928
I found a way to install iTunes 10.1.2 through KACE.
Extract MSI using 7zip or winRAR.
Within it contains 6 MSI:
Extract them to a folder.
Create bat file that include below and name it as install.bat.
Zip all 6 MSI and the bat file and upload it to KACE under distribution and manually configure command line as iTunes.bat or install.bat whichever you named the bat file.
Not sure if you are using KACE or not but it works within Windows.
Feb 11, 2011 2:00 PM
It’s tune-up time for iTunes: Apple on Monday released iTunes 10.4.1 to address a collection of pesky bugs in the application.
The update, which is available for both Mac and Windows systems, provides “a number of improvements,” according to Apple’s Support Downloads page. Among them, Apple specifically calls out the following: Third-party keyboards’ media keys (play/pause, forward, backward) now work properly in iTunes; an issue has been fixed regarding the adding of artwork to songs and videos; and iTunes should no longer become unresponsive when purchasing an HD movie or take longer than normal to open after waking your Mac from sleep. There are also several unnamed issues resolved regarding VoiceOver support.
You can download the patch (90MB for Mac users, 77MB for 32-bit Windows users, and 78MB for 64-bit Windows users) from Apple’s Support website, or via Software Update.