I'm trying to do a connection for my work computers d: from my laptop. Altough to have direct access to the disk I need to use the computers administrator account. And I would not like to save the password for the administrator account in fstab file on my laptop.
# work share //172.16.8.2/d$ /home/user/domain/d smbfs username=administrator,domain=domain,user,rw,noauto 0 0
This is how it looks in the terminal
$ mount ~/npn/d Password:
And I get the thing mounted in no time.
Now to the trouble: If I try to "click" the d "drive" in the file browser I'm met by this error box:
Unable to mount d
Password: mount error(13): Permission denied
Refer to the mount.cifs(8) manual page (e.g. man mount.cifs)
Logic, because the graphical interface can't throw me a password login promt like the terminal.
Is there any way for me to solve this problem, to just be able to "click" on the unmounted d drive and get a GUI passpromt thrown?