What you appear to want to do is to mount a Windows network share so it is available on your Linux system. You will need the samba package for the cifs mount.
One of the easiest methods is to install autofs then edit (as root) /etc/auto.master to uncomment the smb line. If the windows shares are protected, you can create a credentials file with three lines: "username=user name", "password=password", and "domain=workgroup domain" (substitude appropriately) - if you name it /etc/auto.smb.hostname (hostname is the name of the computer with the shares), then the autofs system will use it as is. Do all this and you can 'ls /smb/hostname' to see the shares. (as always, restart the service after changing the config files)
Or, you can create a mount point and then run the command (as root)
mount.cifs //host/sharename mountpoint -o user=domain/user%password,noperm,file_mode=0666,dir_mode=0777,nounix
or you can do the equivalent in /etc/fstab
the noperm, nounix, and such truck are for the case you have trouble with permissions and timestamps and other wierdness. sometimes they help/