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Getting and setting printer options from the command line for use with lpadmin
Authored by: carlnunes on Mar 20, '12 07:27:53AM
Download the latest version of Install OS X Lion.app. Option-click the Purchases tab in the App Store and you will be able to "Install" (download) the latest version available
In my experience; this caused my account to be charged about 30 dollars; even though I was downloading it to my new Macbook Pro 2011 with Lion. The Apple Store graciously gave me my "one free accidental purchase" and credited my account.

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Authored by: joelbruner on Mar 26, '12 09:13:24AM
I believe you meant to leave this comment on my other hint for Lion RecoveryHD Updater
However to address it: Option Clicking on Purchases and re-downloading is the recommended way from Apple:
To redownload the installer on a computer running OS X Lion, press and hold the Option key while you click the Purchases tab. If the button to the right of the Install Mac OS X Lion item doesn't change to "Install" and allow you to download Lion, use Spotlight to search for "Install Mac OS X Lion" on your computer.
So it should not result in an additional charge, that is why it shows up in "Purchases" - meaning you have already purchased, thus they can't double bill you. So this must have been an error or glitch and they rightly refunded your money. But in general people should not fear being double billed for downloading Lion again in the way described.

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