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Is there a way I can map a drive from a CentOS 6 server to a Windows 8 workstation?
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Yes. You have to install and configure Samba on your CentOS 6 server, and apply the proper configuration. After this is done you will be able to mount the share on your Windows 8 workstation.

See this guide for how this is accomplished:
http://www.krizna.com/centos/installing-configuring-samba-centos-6/
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