In order to be able to access a Samba share on a remote client as a mounted file system execute the following command, as root on the client:
mount -t cifs -o user=<user-on-samba-share,uid=<uid-on-local-macheine,gid=<gid-on-local-machine,rw,workgroup=<your-workgroup//ip/share /mnt/mount-point-dir
You will be prompted for the password for the user defined on the Samba server.
If you are able to authenticate, and then get the following error:
ls: reading directory .: Permission denied
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