In order to access a Windows share, you need to mount it using smbmount or plain mount. The following example makes the files from //winbox/share available in your mnt directory:
Make sure you have a directory called /mnt before you try the mount.
Also, note the uid, gid, fmask, and dmask options when mounting as a user other than the one who needs to access the files...
To be able to access the samba share read-write as non-root users, you must add uid and gid entries to the smbmount command in the /etc/fstab entry:
where the uid and gid are of the user or group you want to have rw access.
For a normal user, if your smbmount and smbumount are setuid, you can instead do:
(this way, usually the default permissions are suitable for the user running smbmount)
and to unmount it: