How to automate the mounting of a Samba shared directory ith each reboot (fstab already created)

I have two Linux/Ubuntu boxes.

  • Box A (192.168.1.10): works as a file server, with Samba installed. It’s always switched on.
  • Box B: workstation with my office tools, which I reboot each time I need to work with it.

In Box B, I have ‘/etc/fstab’ modified:

//192.168.1.10/SambaSharedDirectory /mnt/SambaFiles cifs username=tom,password=foo,rw,iocharset=utf8,file_mode=0777,dir_mode=0777 0 0 

However, each time I reboot Box B, I have to do ‘sudo mount -a’ to mount the file directory of Box A.

Is it possible to automate it to avoid mounting it with every reboot? Thank you very much.