Need help interpreting results of SCCM 2016 URL tests

I have tested the connection of client computers to the System Center 2016 (SCCM) 2016 server by typing in the following URL addresses from the client computers and I then receive the results shown in the screenshots below.

Are these the results I am supposed to receive indicating that everything is set up and working properly or what do the results of this test mean based upon this output?


URL test 1URL test 2
IT GuyNetwork EngineerAsked:
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Mike TLeading EngineerCommented:

The first URL just tests the certificate is available from a client.
The second URL checks that the management point (MP) can be reached

Both are fundamental to the CM client working, so are good tests to run when things are not happening as you might expect.
The results above are normal and what you would expect and means that the PC (client) *can* reach the MP successfully.



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