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Old 11-06-2017, 12:23 PM
brilor brilor is offline
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FWIW: writing and implementing a script consisted of the following( YMMV since my situation is simple ):

1. Enter these commands in a text file ( used BBEdit but any text editor should be fine )
diskutil unmount /Volumes/myVolumeName1
diskutil unmount /Volumes/myVolumeName2

2. Save the file with a .sh extension

3. Issue a 'chmod +x' command on the text file to make it executable.

4. Within SD, go to the "Options" "Advanced" tab and designate the shell script to run in the "After copy" section.

Works great.

Thanks for the nudge Dave.
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