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comment On startup cifs mounts with wrong uid, gid
That is absolutely correct, the 'users' option will cause mount to use the uid of the user running the command. At boot time, that is root. As for making files executable, you need to tell mount what permissions to use. The relevant option for cifs is 'file_mode'. So, adding something like 'file_mode=0754' to the options list would make all files read/write/execute for the uid in the mount command, read/execute for the gid, and read-only for all others.
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