I am just beginning my Director 11 experience. I am having some problems creating a Mac projector even though I'm running OS X.
On the problem of creating a Mac projector from Windows, I looked at most of the files in the .app folder and have so far not found any with resource forks. The only potential problem I see is in the .framework folders. The top level of each folder has two links to lower level items, e.g. DPLib and Resources for the DPLib.framework. If these links are broken buy the copy process, the projector will require shockwave to be installed.
Even working on a Mac, I have to build my projectors in a disk image using the same volume name as the final CD.
To see if this is where the problem lies, access your working volume from a mac, right click on the app to see package contents and look in the Frameworks folder. Open any of the .framework folders, click once on the Resources folder link, the select get info from the File menu. Does the path to the orignal match the name of the mounted volume and the exact path all the way down to ....Versions/A/Resources. If not, fix this link and all the others ON A VOLUME WITH THE SAME NAME AS YOUR FINAL DISTRIBUTION VOLUME and then burn from that volume.
Phil, I had posted a question about this issue a while back. I bumped that post to make resurface. Take a look at some of the discussion there. The post is titled 'Director 11 - Publishing Mac Projector from Windows'. I have not come up with the solution for this yet. In my case, the Mac projector needs to be auto generated so 'fixing' the problem manually with each projector will not work.