Samba works but the configuration can be a cuss. It's the NetBEUI name server that takes a deeper understanding of Microsoft Networking than the average Joe has. If your really up for a challenge try sharing the same ufs volume with Windows and Macintosh clients via Samba and NetAtalk. Can be done with enough Coke and HoHos to keep you awake for two days.
My biggest problem with supporting Windows and Mac clients simulaneously was when Sun switched from Solaris 2.6 to Solaris 7 and the new 64-bit kernel interfaces broke the 32-bit network libraries netatalk wanted to link from. (Years ago, now.)
Samba would not solve the original poster's problem; he wants to mount a UFS filesystem under Windows on the same machine, not remotely mount a UFS system from a running FreeBSD box....
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