I am not sure I understand what do you want. But if you want to share the home directory of user to windows, here is what I did on Suse 8.0. Your linux should be the same for most parts.
Change your smb.conf file like this:
In [global] section:
workgroup = Your Window's machine workgroup name
security = user
encrypt passwords = Yes
smb passwd file = /etc/samba/smbpasswd
In [homes] section:
comment = Home Directoies
browsable = no
writeable = yes
I assume your sambe configuration is located on /etc/samba
You should find a text file called smbpasswd here, run the following command to add user
smbpasswd -a username
For simplify, I recommand keep the same user name and password for both linux and windows. The smbpasswd will ask the password you created for this username, type in your window's username password.
restart your samba by /etc/init.d/smb restart
Now, on your window machine, in the network, you should find //linux/username sharing, mapping that, you get your home directory on linux.
There is a very good free book about samba online here:
You can fix any samba problems you have after you read it.