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OSX Mavericks shell mount NTFS network drive that has no share

You probably missed the C$ part.

mount_smbfs '//user:pass@address/C$' /Volumes/test

Quoting ('') may not be necessary since $ does not follow a parameter name but let's just be explicit.

You also need to add your username and password:

mount_smbfs '//user:pass@address/C$' /Volumes/test -o
user='user',pass='pass'

Sometimes it doesn't work due to many causes I don't technically know but you can also try:

mount -t smbfs '//user:pass@address/C$' /Volumes/test -o
user='user',pass='pass'
mount -t smbfs '//user:pass@address/C$' /Volumes/test -o
username='user',password='pass'
mount -t cifs '//user:pass@address/C$' /Volumes/test -o
user='user',pass='pass'
mount -t cifs '//user:pass@address/C$' /Volumes/test -o
username='user',pass='password'

See Mounting samba shares from a unix client.





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