When I browse my local network, I can access the windows drives of a Windows machine without any issue. Everything is visible, shared or not shared folders. I have full permissions.
I notice that accessing a drive from a machine (drive d from machine XYZ), Nautilus makes a mount of that drive. Hovering in Nautilus over the mount point I see:
smb://XYZ/$d/ and name of the mount point is:
d$ on XYZ. The actual mount point is:
~/.gvfs/d\$\ on\ XYZ/.
Now, my question is. How can I script that without using mount points. Script should do: mount, copy something, unmount.
I require this for a back-up solution using pool rather then push.