cifs mount "password too long"
I'm trying to do a cifs mount to mount a directory on my RHEL4 server to a shared folder on a Windows 2003 server. I'm using this command:
mount.cifs //<W2K3ipaddress>/<sharedFolder> /<pathToLinuxFolder> -o dom=<domainName>,user=<W2K3username>,pass="<W2K3password>"
I'm getting a "password too long" error message. My password is 14 alphanumeric and contains an @ symbol and an exclamation point...would either the @ symbol or the exclamation point be causing the problem? I see it tries to convert my the part of my password after the exclamation point up to the @ symbol to "ls -al" after I hit enter. If I leave the quotes off around the password, I get a "invalid mount a" error. I think when it's converting the password to "ls -al" it's reading the "-a" as an option.
How can I get this to work using my current password???