If the host Windows OS can access a file share at "\servername\sharename", try this command in bash. and you will need to restart the device once this is done.
mount -t drvfs '\servername\sharename' /mnt/mountedshare
In order to mount a Windows drive using DrvFs, you can use the regular Linux mount command. For example, to mount a removable drive D: as /mnt/d directory, run the following commands:
$ sudo mkdir /mnt/d$ sudo mount -t drvfs D: /mnt/d
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Hope this resolves your Query!!
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