Mount external drives in WSL

Mounting external drives in Windows Subsystem for Linux is quite simple. That said I always forget how to do so. Here's a short reminder:

$ mount -t drvfs f: /mnt/f

where f: denotes the device letter as known by Windows.

In a similar manner it is also possible to mount network shares:

$ mount -t drvfs '\\servername\share' /mnt/share