frankbell - That process is for mounting a local drive of any format (ext, windows, etc). That's not what the OP is asking for. He's asking how to mount a shared Windows drive over the network.
OP - You should use cifs to mount a networked Windows share, see below.
I maintain a Windows/Linux shared network that uses a setup like this, so my config might be helpful to you. I have a WinXP machine located at 192.168.1.118 sharing a folder called "shared" on the network. The Linux machines (all of them, from CentOS to Fedora to OpenSUSE) have the following in /etc/fstab:
//192.168.1.118/shared /home/shared cifs auto,_netdev,gid=source,file_mode=0664,dir_mode=0775,iocharset=iso8859-5,credentials=/etc/sambapasswords 0 0
/home/shared is obviously the location where the shared drive is being mounted on the Linux boxes (which must be created before trying to mount there), "source" is a generic group that all developers on the network are members of, and /etc/sambapasswords is a simple ascii file containing the authentication information for the mount, of the format:
username = <user>
password = <pass>
Of course replacing <user> and <pass> with the username and password you want to use for authentication.