Thanks Martin, that's fixed the issue. Setting the file mask in the remote directory variable stops the lack of permissions to the sub directories causing the problem.
$remotePathshould probably be
"/XML/*". Or even
"/XML/*D.zip>=1D"straight away (and you won't need the
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