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When I try to setup Profile Manager in Mac OS X Lion Server 10.7.1, it eventually prompts me for my Apple ID. I enter it, and after a couple seconds, I see a yellow exclamation point, and "Error getting push certificate."

 

No other information is provided.

 

I checked my firewall, and I don't see any connections being blocked. I do see what looks like a 443 connection happening to 17.254.2.140 which nslookup resolves to:

 

140.2.254.17.in-addr.arpa    name = id-all.apple.com.

140.2.254.17.in-addr.arpa    name = milhousewm.apple.com.

 

When I try to connect to http://id-all.apple.com I am redirected to www.apple.com. When I try to connect to https://id-all.apple.com (i.e. SSL), I do receive an error in Safari that it's unable to connect. Not sure if this is a clue or not...

 

I checked the Console app, and I don't see any relevant messages at the time of this error.

 

UPDATE: I do actually see an error in system.log:

 

Aug 26 10:19:53 orb servermgrd[11557]: Got connection error: Error Domain=NSURLErrorDomain Code=-1004 "Could not connect to the server." UserInfo=0x7fb685313090 {NSUnderlyingError=0x7fb6853e6060 "Could not connect to the server.", NSErrorFailingURLStringKey=https://identity.apple.com/pushcert/caservice/new, NSErrorFailingURLKey=https://identity.apple.com/pushcert/caservice/new, NSLocalizedDescription=Could not connect to the server.}

 

So it looks to be a network issue of some sort. Anyone else seeing something like this, or is this local to me?

 

Message was edited by: ThatsUnpossible

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