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Your AppleID appears to not be registered as a Developer. You must enroll in the Developer program to operate on certificates.
I had a similar problem and found that the date on my computer was wrong and thereby all security website certificates were expired. I simply adjusted the date backwards and worked flawlessly. Kept saying cannot establish a secure connection (because the security tag was outdated on the website...) This also will effect all apps that use time/date such as ...
Here is what the Apple Documentation says about this in the Developer ID section: "You can distribute your Mac applications outside of the Mac App Store by using Developer ID. Signing your Mac applications, plug-ins, and installer packages with a Developer ID certificate lets Gatekeeper verify that apps are not created by malware developers and haven't been ...
The problem is solved. The problem was caused by the certificates. I really needed signed certificates for "mdmserver.domainname.be" (Server > Certificates). But keep in mind, it has to be with a CSR created by the os server, it's not enough to create a CSR with a CSR generator (like directadmin, ..). Thats because you can't add your own private key/csr, ...
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