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How to mount a share drive

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Is there any way to mount an NT share location in unix?
Windows can mount  \\abc\xyz to a letter drive.  Can this be done in unix for that shared folder?

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smbmount //nt/abc/xyz mount-point

#  smbmount is part of Samba http://www.samba.org/
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