I found out when using the mount -t cifs command with Windows 10, if you don't use the vers option it will not connect.
so I'm betting with this option it will connect (hopefully):
root@osmc:/mnt/Video# mount -t cifs -o sec=ntlmv2,username=YourUsername,password=YourPassword,vers=2.1 //192.168.11.40/video /mnt/Video
If still not, try changing the vers from ...
If you want provide files to clients then you want Windows as SMB SERVER:
If you want your RPi to access to an SMB server, then you want RPi as SMB CLIENT (testparm, smbclient, nmblookup ... and other binary are provided when you install samba package):
Adapt according to your needs ...
If you want to use a name in place of an IP address for the network ...
I actually did a project very similar to what you are trying to do.
I did a bear nanny cam that took a jpg every 5 seconds and A/V every so often.
I did a bash alias, for the action with i scheduled with cron.
Listen = alias listen='sox -t alsa plughw:1 $DATE.wav'
You would need to send it to a file on your PC that was shared.
WinSCP is money.