first of all you should try to get rid of the space in the sharename. Rename it to for instance Disk1_C which saves a lot of hassle on the command line.
Hint: don't mount something into your home dir. Make a new directory and mount your windows share there.
I advise you to use CIFS instead of SMBFS and mount your share like that:
mount -t cifs -o user=YOUR_USERNAME //Desk1/Desk1_C /home/hans/SOMEWHERE
If you installed Gnome (default on Fedora) you might want to try "Applications" - "Network Servers" which also works quite nicely.
You have to configure Samba to share directories from Linux to Windows. (Fedora has a nice and simple GUI for that called "system-config-samba")