I have a mount drive which I usually mount using
sudo cifs -o "username=myshareddrive_username,uid=$(id -u),gid=$(id -g)" //server-address/folder /mount/path/on/ubuntu
Now, I have some linux machines which are accessible by some users. On each machine there is only one user account for all users to use to login to the machine. I wonder how I can allow the users to mount the shared drive using their shared-drive network credentials without having to open terminal and running a command as some of them are not very good in technical things? noting that each user has his unique network credentials (username and password) on the shared drive.