Or the old style:
Note here that uid=1000 is not a magic number but rather your linux userid. You can get this value from passwd file normally located in /etc/passwd. The user with uid=1000 should be able to manipulate files pointed to by //machine_name/share.
And when connecting to a share that is mananged by Active Directory, need to escape the backslash for it to work, e.g.:
Need to install smbfs for this to work, like (Debian/Ubuntu):