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How to mount an EFS share from a SAN

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I need some advice.  I am trying to setup a backup server running on a linux box.  I want this linux box to have a drive mapping to a SAN server which is hosting an EFS share (which I can easily get to fine from Windows network) By the way the backup server is on the same network as the NAS device.  I just dont know how to map to the nas device which is hosting an EFS share from the new linux backup server.  Can someone please give me the syntax to do this?  Eg the nas device is 192.168.1.10 and the new linux backup server is 192.168.1.15.
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mount -t cifs //192.168.1.10/share /mount/share

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