CIFS shared folder fails to remount after PC reboot: how to force remount from command line?

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CIFS shared folder fails to remount after PC reboot: how to force remount from command line?

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DS920+ (44TB), DS213j
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  1. RT2600ac
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I have several shared volumes from my Windows 10 PC auto-mounted on my DS920+ as CIFS shared folders. Technically they're encrypted CloudDrive volumes, though I don't see how that would change anything from the NAS perspective.

Anyway, so far so good, but whenever I reboot my PC, the remote folders get dismounted, and when trying to reconnect from the mount list, they most often refuse to remount. The remote folder in File Station continues to show: "Failed to connect to the remote server. Please make sure the remote server is accessible via CIFS protocol."

After rebooting my NAS all these remote folders will properly remount, so I wonder whether there might be a CLI command I might use that somehow would work more reliably than the reconnect option in File Station?
 

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