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I have mounted samba share in "/Volumes/Samba" with full read/write access right to it.

I created simple script to rsync files from smb share to folder on my disk, when I lunch script from terminal it works without a problem but when I create cron or launchctl to run job periodically I'm getting:

rsync: opendir "/Volumes/Samba/." failed: Operation not permitted (1) in rsync log and system log are

In console I see:

Sandbox: rsync(68990) System Policy: deny(1) file-read-data /Volumes/Samba Violation: System Policy: deny(1) file-read-data /Volumes/Samba

I tried to change access rights or add rsync/script to FDA but nothing helped.

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