Install CIFS utils
sudo apt-get install -y cifs-utils
You can manually test it with the following command. Change the ip address, mount points, username, and password.
mount.cifs /192.168.1.102/mount/point /mnt -o user=john,pass=password3,uid=john
Note that specifying the uid in the options, allows the user to add, delete, and modify the files and folders of that specific mount point.
To auto mount on system startup, add the following line to /etc/fstab. Change the appropriate lines.
//192.168.1.102/mount/point /mnt auto user=john,pass=password3,uid=john 0 0
You can test it by mounting everything in fstab
sudo mount -a