In this example I will be using my network share for the purposes of backing up my Ubuntu server using Mondo backup.
Firstly we will need to install required packages.
apt-get install cifs-utils
Make a directory to be used as a mount point for this directory. This is where your network share will be available to on your system.
We will need to now edit our fstab file to ensure that this network share mounts each time we boot our server. Edit your fstab file as follows:
nano /etc/fstab //[servername]/[sharename] /media/serverbackups cifs username=WINDOWSUSERNAME,password=PASSWORD,iocharset=utf8,sec=ntlm 0 0
Now confirm that everything is set up correctly by manually mounting all available mount points running the below command. If you wish to check the auto-mount functionality you can also just reboot your server. If there are no errors you should be good to go