I've been successfully able to mount a share on my Ubuntu Server using this command:
sudo mount -t cifs //IPTOSHARE/DriveLetter$/Folder/"Folder Space" /mnt/Folder/"Folder Space" -o username="",domain=""
However this only mounts the share until reboot.
I have tried to mount in fstab:
//IPTOSHARE/DriveLetter$/Folder/"Folder Space" /mnt/Folder/"Folder Space" cifs credentials=/home/username/.smbcredentials,uid=username,gid=sharegroup 0 0
However unlike the successful temporary mount, fstab does not like the following characters that WORKED on the temporary mount: $ ""
DriveLetter$ -Hidden share "Folder Space" - Folder that has a space in it. I know this is NOT idea but its what I have to work with.
Why can I successfully create a temporary share, but not a permanent share using fstab?