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How do I navigate to a samba location I've mounted in Nautilus on the command line?

This is the same question here (and a bit of here too), except that I'm running Debian wheezy (7.4). To clear up, these directories do not exist: /run/user /var/run/user ~/.cache/gvfs And this ...
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Nautilus cannot browse samba shares in Ubuntu

I have a problem with browsing samba shares with Nautilus in Ubuntu. I can see work groups but cannot go any deeper. On the other hand, I can use smbclient and mount samba shares from command line. ...
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File 'pagefile.sys' in CIFS mount of '//windowshost/C$' makes Nautilus give up in disgust

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Mount remote samba with sftp:// permissions and group membership

If I mount as remote samba (running on Linux) with Nautilus (sftp://) with a username and password will the permissions work as if I were on the remote system regardless of the local user name and the ...