This might be a tricky question but here is the objective:
Manage to mount a disk/partition automatically without (or at least trying to avoid):
- Editing any Samba configuration file
- Editing the fstab file
and to make it a little bit harder, this needs to be done with the options for "Mount Options" in the Disk Utility:
Note that if left as it is, every time a user mounts a partition/disk and then tries to share a folder in it, Windows users can see the share but can not access it, with a permission warning appearing.
The point of all of this is to find the most user friendly (Oriented towards a GUI) way of enabling a partition to be mounted, accessed by the local user (Read, Write, Execute) and to also be able to, when needed, share a folder and have no problems reading/writing on it from another Ubuntu/Windows/Mac remote computer (Assuming both are in the same LAN network).