I've been trying to auto-mount CIFS/SMB shares using connected.sh but the script failed. Then I started this script manually from Terminal, and it asked me for the password for my CIFS account, even though I previously saved in in Keychain.
Turns out, to be able to access Keychain, we need to use Apple Scripts. Here's a way to do so:
su <USERNAME> -c '
osascript -e "mount volume \"smb://<DOMAIN>\<USER>@<SERVER>/<SHARE>\""
# open /Volumes/<NAME>
Note that there is no need to use mkdir or specify a mount point, as the Mac will automatically do that for us.
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echo "something" >> /tmp/connected.sh.log.txt