Dynamically mounting a windows share to a user's home drive

situation: Existing Active Directory, opensuse 11.0 member of domain and can log in. At one time, it was possible to dynamically mount Windows Home shares from a Windows AD server on a per user basis by using a command as below.

History: when using SLED10 and openSUSE 10.2 I would use the command:

volume * cifs SERVER SHARE /home/%U/windir -o user=%U,uid=&,rw - -

and I it was placed in the /etc/security/pam_mount.conf file.

Well that file is now an xml file, and I am not sure if placing this mount command there will allow me to mount the shares as they used to. Can anyone give me an idea if this process has been streamlined in some way?