Seeing Windows Drive Under Linux

I using RH Linux 6.1.  Our work place has a windows NT server with some shared drives.  Is there a way I can gain access to those shared drives on my Linux box.  I have install Samba and being able to set it up so that the NT server can see my Linux, but I can't see the drive on the NT server using my Linux.  Thanks!
pbachuangAsked:
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1adamsCommented:
I have connected to my server using the SMBCLIENT command.

from linux console:

"smbclient -L ntserveripaddress -U administrator" (Enter)
(This results in a password promt.  Type the password for your NT administrator account.  You now have a FTP-like interface to get and put files... Try "smbclient|more" for parms and "man smbclient" for examples)

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pbachuangAuthor Commented:
Can you set up an administrator equivalent account in NT so that someone can connect to it without being an administrator?

Thanks,
Po
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1adamsCommented:
Have not tried it, but I'll test this next time I'm in my lab!
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