OS X Requirements
The OS X cross-platform agent requirements differ significantly from the Linux/UNIX agent requirements. The OS X agent is treated like an Internet-based client; therefore, it only communicates with the MP and DPs via a certificate. The next sections explain the types of certificates and where these certificates are placed for a successful install the of the OS X agent.
Certificates Needed for OS X
Because ConfigMgr treats the OS X cross-platform agent like an Internet-based client, you need two certificates: a server authentication certificate and a client authentication certificate. The server-based certificate is used on all MPs and DPs with which the OS X agent would communicate. The client-based certificate is installed ...