Over the last few days I've been attempting to run a rsync command against a CIFS drive share I can only mount via Nautilus. The standard 'mount -t cifs' command responds with a generic permissions 13 error but Nautilus works.

If I use Nautilus, you can see a new mount matching my user-id under /run/user/1004/gvfs. I can not access it. I've reviewed few dozen searches on gvfs and FUSE, a review of GVFS and FUSE here StackExchange description of gvfs shares covers something close, but I can not seem to work it out to access the mount.

For the life of me, I can not seem to figure out how to gain access to it. My desktop system is a Ubuntu 14.04 LTS.

Suggestions or pointers on what to do would be great.

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